9 great wine bars in Tel Aviv 2024

Trendy bars focusing on natural wine, smaller bistro's with classic lists and wine friendly dishes – and venues where you can enjoy plenty of wine from Israel. Tel Aviv's wine scene is boiling and here are some of the best wine bars in the city, selected by Star Wine List's ambassador Omer Dayan.

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  1. Phone: +972 3-540-6680

    Address: HaYarkon Street 59, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    Bar 51 is located just next to the beach of Tel Aviv, and the nice cool sea breeze during dinner time is just perfect with a glass of wine. Bar 51 is one of those gastro-bars that put a lot of thought and effort into the food they serve, alongside warmth and simplicity. The wine list is changed every month to stay on top of the scene – and even try and lead it. One of my favourite dishes to go with the wines is the continuously changing cheese platter with unique and hard to find cheeses. If you are in the mood for something special, ask the team about the “off-menu” wines where you can dis...

  2. Phone: +972 54-727-3443

    Address: HaHashmal Street 5, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    A wine bar that is a bottle shop or a bottle shop that is a wine bar – it's your choice when coming down to Bosser! Located near the very trendy Florentine neighbourhood in Tel Aviv, Bosser offers more than 200 different wines to sit and relax with. They only work with micro-importers and boutique wineries, so you can be sure that every bottle you choose is hand-picked by the team. The atmosphere is just perfect, and you can always meet new people to chat with. Pro tip: If you want some really unique wines, don't be shy to ask about the fridge in the corner; that's where all the good stuff i...

  3. Phone: +972 050-885-5796

    Address: Giv'on Street 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    Nestled in the heart of Givon Square, a reimagined space that has become a bustling hub of culinary activity in Tel Aviv, you’ll find Brix, a cozy and inviting wine bar that's well worth a visit. Decked out with modern exposed concrete walls (which double as wine racks), the space is warm and welcoming, with a relaxed vibe that makes it easy to settle in and stay awhile. At Brix, the focus is firmly on the wine ― you'll find almost every variety imaginable offered by the glass, with some true rarities available thanks to their nifty Coravin system. To accompany your wine, the snack menu is a...

  4. Address: Ahad Ha'Am Street 33, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    Looking for a place to escape the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv? Consider swinging by Côte, a cozy bar that exudes European charm and sleek, sophisticated design. The establishment was brought to life by three distinguished Israeli sommeliers who sought to provide a laid-back and refined drinking experience for patrons. With an ever-changing menu and a variety of wines on offer, there's always something new to try at Côte. And if you're looking to soak up the ambiance, might we recommend grabbing a seat on one of the small couches and taking in the trophy wall, a veritable showcasing of uniq...

  5. Phone: +972 052-259-5323

    Address: Hashuk Street 28, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    If you're looking for a classic urban wine bar vibe in Tel Aviv, look no further than Christoff. This sleek yet simple venue, located in the trendy Florentine neighborhood, is a must-visit for anyone who loves great wine in a stylish setting. In fact, the owner eschews the term ‘bar’ altogether, preferring to call it a ‘wine salon’ instead. And it's easy to see why ― the space is filled with up-to-date and vintage wine magazines, classic wine books, and all sorts of other reading material to peruse while you sip on a bottle straight from the shelf. What's more, the wine menu is updated on a...

  6. Phone: +972 3-600-6863

    Address: Frishman Street 73, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    Giaconda – Wine Library in Tel Aviv was founded by Anat and Refa'ela, who used to study winemaking in New Zealand. During their studies, they learned about all the manipulation a wine could go through. With a total belief that this is not how wine should be made, they started to import the greatest names in biodynamic and natural winemaking. The bar doesn't have a wine list; you just pick your wine from the shelf. Since it is located in the central part of Tel Aviv, near Rabbin Square, makes it a perfect spot for a glass of wine after a day on the beach. Or why not stop by for a quick drink o...

  7. Phone: +972 03-728-3830

    Address: Nahalat Binyamin Street 48, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    If you happen to be in the beautiful boutique Alberto hotel near Rothschild Boulevard, be sure to check out Radler! Even though the name may suggest otherwise ― ‘Radler’ is the name of a type of beer mix ― Radler's focus is on providing a top-notch dinner experience alongside an expertly curated wine menu. Their wine selection is just as important as their food, and they work hard to bring in unique and even specially imported wines that you won't find anywhere else. Radler's by-the-glass menu changes every couple of weeks, which means you'll always have something new to try. You'll be plea...

  8. Phone: +972 6652303

    Address: Ha-Khalutzim Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    Tirza Wine Bar is the little sister of the well-known OCD Restaurant, offering a more casual dining experience and focusing on the wine (rather than the 16-course dinner at OCD). The wine list is vast, with more than 40 selections offered by glass changing daily. The Tirza wine team are up to any challenge and might open some of the bottles for a glass if you ask for it. The highly seasonal food selection offers great small bites alongside the wine. While in the season, the Charred Corn Bruschetta is a must-to try.

  9. Address: Shlomo HaMelekh Street 2, Tel Aviv-Yafo

    Winona Forever is located on the residential and quiet side of King George Street. The wine bar offers an outside area and some bar stool seating inside. Winona Forever is all about putting the wine in focus, with some delicious canapés and tapas courses to go with the wines. The wine list is evenly divided between natural wines, new emerging regions and classics. A decent number of wines are offered by the glass, alongside an ever-changing wine list. The atmosphere is very relaxed and highly recommended for a casual night out when visiting the city – or your “go-to” if you live nearby.