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This small coffee place is a far cry from your usual urban coffee places. The two sisters that own the place named it after their grandmother and decided to bring their baking abilities to the masses. Pay this one a visit if you want to have a quiet and chill breakfast with your friends and top it off with a stroll on Dizengoff Street.
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Hotel Montefiore’s restaurant has built quite a reputation for its culinary sense of adventure. The kitchen does a great job at mixing French and Vietnamese cuisine while using the best ingredients available. If you’re looking to feel a bit fancy right after you wake up then you should definitely drop this one a visit.
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Located in the historic neighborhood of Neve Tzedek, Dallal offers a classic European kitchen with Mediterranean influence, using top notch seasonal ingredients. Enjoy the walk through Neve Tzedek’s magical alleys and allow yourself to indulge in the great tastes this kitchen offers.
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This coffee place is located in the heart of the Levinsky market, a bustling and vibrant area of southern Tel Aviv. If you’re looking for a super-casual breakfast amongst some of Tel Aviv artists and hipsters, you might wanna drop by and grab a cup of coffee.
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Another of Levinsky’s market gems is offering a library experience alongside a delicious breakfast that draws inspiration from the Turkish Kitchen. The modest design and cook book library contribute to the full experience which will make your heart smile and your tummy full.