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In the busy King George street you will find plenty of street food variations, most of it is the Israeli kind, meaning the kind you can squeeze into a Pita, wrap it, get a napkin for the road and move on while eating or munching on it while standing up in the busy Falafel shops, this is Mifgash…
Mifgash Ha'Osher - quite latterly it's the happiness meeting point :) and they are totally right... they have best Falafel in town, clean and very friendly king goerge 105.
(Encounter of Happiness) – recommend. there is one of their dishes-falafel, chickpeas with cauliflower or pita friends, friends and most warm. Easy and unique
Salad Osher- happiness salad is super delicious and filling with a lot of vegetables, falafel balls, egg, labaneh and more!
Taste the hipster version of the Israel Sabich, offering great vegan options. The salads are great as well, and it's all vegetarian, served with great vibes.
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“This Museum is actually located just outside Tel Aviv in Holon, a 20 minute drive away. The exhibits are geared specifically for kids aged 2.5 until 11, and getting hands-on is very much encouraged. For more info, see the official website, or call 03-6503000”
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“Hiding just behind Gan Meir, Beit Ha’ir is an open house for all residents, artists, writers, scholars, tourists, and any other guest imaginable who yearn to take part in Tel Aviv’s story and spirit. The building (meaning “Town Hall” in Hebrew), is part of the Bialik Complex, a center of Israeli and Hebrew culture. As a part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the building was recently renovated to include a lively hub of art exhibits and information unraveling the White City’s deep cultural history. Beit Ha’ir also hosts public debates in an effort to advance urban processes.”
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