The Tel Aviv club scene is comparable to those in most European capitals. Top international (and local) DJs regularly perform in Tel Aviv, with clubs constantly vying to outdo each other with ever more extravagant parties. Be aware, Clubbing in Tel Aviv is popular, busy and exciting. Click here for maps of Tel Aviv.
Billiards (pool) clubs, include Gypsy on Kikar Atarim (Atarim plaza) in Hayarkon St.
- Block Club, 157 Shlomo (Salame) St, +972 3 5378002. Usually open Thur and Fri nights and featuring big name international DJs weekly.
- Hazira Club, 45 Itzhak Sadeh St, +972 3 5623456 (Tue, Thur, and Sat, classes start at 9:15PM and party starts at 10:30PM, on Mon about 50% line dancing 30% ballroom dancing, 20% salsa).
- Bailatino Club, 29 Karlibach St, (entry is a little difficult to find – its on the other side of the building) +972 3 6240186 (Su,Tu,W, classes start at 9:15PM and party starts at 10:30PM, Fridays no classes and starts at 12:30AM). Entry is ₪40 in both places and each day has a different style of Salsa music. There are other dance clubs with Latin/Brazilian music once a week.
- Galina Club. Saturday afternoon and the local club scene is buzzing. 6pm the doors will open. Outside deck is huge and located in front of the sea. Inside the DJ is blowing the roof in pure Galina style. The queue is long so best come early on the weekends. Prices are not cheap.