I spent almost two weeks exploring Tel Aviv in Israel. I absolutely fell in love with the city, mostly because it’s so LGBTQ- and vegan-friendly. Now I’m going to tell you where to find the best lesbian bars and parties in Tel Aviv!
You can find information about upcoming lesbian events and parties here.
There’s also a lesbian dating app called Atraf, which is supposed to be Tel Aviv’s biggest lesbian app. I didn’t try it because I was already too busy with my Tinder. Would like to hear some experiences if someone has used the app while traveling in Israel!
Seven Eleven: Otto (54 Ahad Ha’Am St)
Every Monday there’s a lesbian party in Otto bar. If you checked out the link I shared, the name of the bar is written Auto, and also the address is Echad Ha’Am St. Maybe that’s how they pronounce it Hebrew, I don’t know. But if you want to find this place on Google Maps, use the name and address I provided. The entrance is on Sderot Rothschild Street, and it’s a bit hidden. Have a look at the picture below. The entrance is behind that yellow and blue structure.
The party was fun, and the bar was full of lesbians! I was so surprised that on Monday evening you can get so many lesbians in one place. The bar was fully packed! The music was a good selection of latest hits and other songs, and there were a lot of people dancing. The drinks were pretty expensive, but that’s the case everywhere in Israel. Overall, I would say this party is a must if you are a lesbian traveling in Tel Aviv!
Shapagat (43 Nakhalat Binyamin)
This is a nice, relaxed gay bar. I went there a couple of times just to have a drink. They have an outdoor and indoor seating, and there’s also a cool theater style seating inside. Overall, an awesome bar: great vibe, beautiful decoration, and a central location!
Mini Club Zoti (43 Nakhalat Binyamin)
This bar is located just next to Shpagat, and there’s an entrance fee of 10 shekels. Check out this place if you want a club where you can dance until you drop! They are open on Wednesdays from 10:30 pm to 4 am.