Word of Mouth: Tel Aviv Drinking and Dining

Markets, cocktails, coffee shops, fancy restaurants and more in a city that's influenced by cuisines from all over the world

From the historic alleyways of Jaffa leading north all the way up toward Herzliya, Tel Aviv pulses with energy. The sights and aromas in the shuks and cafes reveal influences of cuisines from throughout the region and around the world. (In this global melting pot, even the most popular breakfast dish in the country, shakshuka, has its roots in Tunisia.) Thanks to gifted chefs, bakers, …

The Ever-Evolving Norman Hotel Tel Aviv

The dynamic wine and food program is just one highlight at this vibrant hotel

At least once a week, Yaron Liberman, general manager of The Norman Hotel Tel Aviv, checks in as a guest at the 50-room property. He experiences the happenings at the hotel first-hand, making notes for anything that needs attention, be it the art collection, décor, the uniforms and beyond. “We repaint each room twice a year,” he tells us, noting one of the ways that …

Serenity in The Desert at Six Senses Shaharut

The stunning Arava Valley provides inspiration for this tranquil property

Whether by car, plane, helicopter or camel, arriving at the newly opened Six Senses Shaharut is akin to entering another dimension. Located in an undisturbed, mountainous part of Arava Valley in Israel’s enchanting Negev Desert, the property pays homage to its restorative location with architectural ingenuity, unwavering sustainability measures, locavore cuisine and transformative wellness experiences. The latest addition to the Six Senses brand, Shaharut opened …