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Tel Aviv Gay Bars

Tel Aviv’s gay bar scene is embedded into its culture. Gay-popular bars and party venues can be found all over the city and usually get busy after midnight.

Shpagat
Shpagat

Nachalat Benyamin 43, Tel Aviv | map

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+972 3 560 1758 |

weekday: Mon-Thu 18:00 - 02:00 / 3:00; Fri 11;00 - 18:00, 21:00 - 04:00

weekend: 22:00 - 03:00; 18:00 - 02:00

Shpagat

audience rating: 3.8 stars from 6 votes - click to vote

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Popular gay bar in Tel Aviv owned by leading gay figures in the city’s gay nightlife. Shpagat, which means “splits” in Hebrew, is designed with sports-related elements and offers a cosy, relaxed setting.

DJ’s play a wide range of music styles from electronica, mainstream pop, to hip-hop. Coffee and food served during the day.

There are no regular themes, but the place occasionally hosts art exhibits, music launch parties and special events. Great vibe and tasty drinks. Mixed crowd although predominantly gay.

features: bar, music | Updated: 17-Sep-2018

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Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar

Yehoshua Ha-talmi 12, Tel Aviv | map

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+972 54 588 2928 |

weekday: 18:00 - 05:00

weekend: Sat 21:00 - 05:00

Shkuda Bar

audience rating: 3.5 stars from 2 votes - click to vote

TODAY Gay & Lesbian Night with DJ; happy hour 6pm-9pm

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Cosy, local gay bar in Neve Tzedek, one the most charming neighbourhoods in the heart of Tel Aviv.

Shkuda serves high-quality alcoholic drinks, great food, with good music and daily happy hour – 30% off food and 1+1 drinks from 6pm-9pm every Wednesday.

features: bar, music, dancing | gay-owned | Updated: 17-Sep-2018

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Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar
Shkuda Bar

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Tel Aviv • non-gay nightlife?

Tel Aviv’s party scene is very mixed. Many bars & nightclubs that are non-gay are still worth visiting.

For more cool recommendations, check out hipster travel blogger Travels of Adam Tel Aviv Guide.

 

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2018-11-21