Abarbanel 88, Tel Aviv, Israel | map
Haoman 17 is Tel Aviv’s biggest nightclub and one of the best. On occasions, Haoman 17 regular hosts gay dance parties and special after-parties.
Located south of Florentine neighbourhood, a 15-minute drive from the city centre.
venue: Dance club (舞厅) | features: bar, music, dancing
Great club, good crowd
“We are a couple in our late 20s visiting TLV in July 2016. Went to Ha'Oman three Fridays in a row, for three different gay parties.
Had a blast each time, arrived at around 2am and the place is already packed. One of the Fridays we partied till close (past sun-rise) and the club still felt fairly busy.
The club is quite large and is a nice space (though the lounge area was not always open) and reasonably well maintained. I would think there were at time close to 800~1000 people inside, but it did not feel uncomfortably crowded, still can dance comfortably. Crowd ranged mostly from 20s to 30s. There were a good number of lesbians and hetros earlier on in the evening on two of the three Fridays.
Bartenders were generally quite efficient and friendly. Drinks are, like everywhere else in TLV, expensive (compare to continental Europe or North America). Tickets at door were VERY expensive. We learned our lesson the first Friday (70 shekels online and 150 at the door) and purchased online ticket at atraf.com (which lists all TLV gay events) for the subsequent weeks.
The club is in a pretty run-down (though busy at night, with other nightlife venues around) area, and not really close to any of the main sheret routes, so taxi is pretty much the only option.“
M on 23-Jul-2016 | Problem with this review?
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