SA.AL&CO creates the City Sessions in addition to the myriad of city guides available to introduce cities the way they ought to be experienced and are cherished by like-minded men – listing places that are sometimes cheeky, often elegant, but always sophisticated.

Its a homage to the sophisticated travel experience for men.

Around 800 years ago the city of Moscow was founded by Yuri Dolgorukiy.

In June Moscow will host the biggest football competition of the world, the FIFA World Cup, thus we would like to introduce our City Guide to those that are passionate about soccer and visit this spectacular city cheering their team on to do their best.

Breakfast / Coffee / Brunch 



Located in the heart of Tel Aviv opposite Rabin Square, this immensely popular French restaurant gives diners the impression they were whisked away to Paris. From its meticulously detailed Art Deco interior to its nicotine stained ceiling and hardwood floors, the Brasserie is a paean to the traditional Parisian grand brasserie.

Every detail of the décor is sophisticated but not stuffy. The food is equally refined and meticulously prepared. Open 24 hours a day, Brasserie is one of the only places in Tel Aviv that is hopping both day and night



We believe that breakfast is a style of meal and not the hours we consume it. Not ‘WHEN you eat’, but ‘WHAT you eat’. Benedict’s breakfast kitchen is open for breakfast lovers everywhere, every day, all day. We always welcome the adventurous convention breakers, for whom breakfast in the evening is a wonderful way to start the night. Our world of breakfasts contains a multitude of flavors, combinations, culinary innovations and surprises. We offer a wide variety of ingredients that come to us from different cultures and traditions, where the morning starts in a different way than we are accustom to. We create out breakfasts on a foundation of freshness, indulgence and freedom – the fine values that constitute the BENEDICT BREAKFAST EXPERIENCE



Da Da, located on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, is a café and a wine bar.
The large space is divided into a delicatessen, a cafe, a bar and a patio, and was cleverly designed by designer Yaron Tal.

At Da Da, you can enjoy a lunch menu, breakfast and an evening menu offering classic brasserie dishes.

Easy Israeli Lunch / Dinner



The food at this flamboyant place is relegated to secondary importance – here, it's all about the vibe. Sitting at the bar and watching the chefs and waiters chop, flambée, plate, sing and down arak shots with customers is fabulous fun, and the modern Israeli menu with its pizzas, colourful vegetable dishes and flavourful slow-cooked meats will please most diners.

For one of the best meals in the city, take your place at one of the tables spilling out onto the sidewalk or alongside the small, chic bar. The menu changes daily, depending on what Eyal Shani, its celebrity chef, finds to be the freshest produce or catch of the day. A couple of delectable dishes are often featured, including lamb shawarma marinated overnight in wine grapes from the Judean Hills, and cold shrimp with green onions and tomatoes served in piping-hot homemade pita. If you arrive without reservations, you may be able to find room at the bar.

If you are looking for a unique dinning experience with a young authentic atmosphere, and you don’t mind the wait you will LOVE this place!



Eyal Shani has invented gourmet fast food! The menu offers pita with various fillings including minute steak (44 NIS), entrecôte with fried egg (37 NIS), and ratatouille (34 NIS). All the ingredients are fresh and of the highest standard, especially the delicious and soft pita. We also recommend ordering the DIVINE baked cauliflower (32 NIS) to share with whomever you’re with. Whilst you’re waiting for your name to be called, help yourself to the pita slices and delicious tehina and salsa which they leave for customers to nibble on (be careful not to fill up!)

When a friend visits from abroad, we always make Miznon a priority- it is a great place to experience the loud and chaotic Israeli atmosphere along with some delicious Israeli-style food.

As if it couldn’t get better, they now deliver too!

When you hear the word “pita,” you may automatically think of falafel, shawarma, and sabich. At Miznon, celebrity Chef Eyal Shani is redefining the pita as a serving vessel for a plethora of mouthwatering meat and vegetarian options. Just about anything you can fit in a pita is on offer here, including a rich and meaty minute steak, shakshuka, chicken liver, and kebabs. Vegans and vegetarians alike can find tasty fare here too, with a slow-cooked ratatouille that melts in your mouth and the juicy head of a whole cauliflower that oozes flavor. Paired with the loud and lively atmosphere and the free pita and tahini nibbles, Miznon is the Mecca of Israeli street food. Don’t forget to visit their other locations at 1 HaNechoshet St and 30 King George.



      A bit south of Rothschild avenue, in the corner of lilinblum street, appears an old building from the 1920’s. his bright yellow halo gives away the feeling that this is a typical residence building in the center of the city, on the front of it, an owl standing on a fork is submerged on the wall, and beneath it the name “Night Kitchen”. 

On the walls, a variety of ethnic kitchenware from all the nations & eras, and the open kitchen, gave away that cozy warm - home feeling we looked for.


Finer Dining Dinner



 The restaurant was established ten years ago by Sharon cohen and his wife Adi. At the first years Sharon worked with 2 cooks and Adi with 1 waitress. Year after year, step by step the restaurant grows and expanded its size, staff and culinary vision. Today shila became a home for people that love to eat and have fun, Sharon Cohen, the chef, manages his kitchen with laughter and humor behind the Flame, Seasoned with grace and serves with love.

Shila – The bar with the best food or the restaurant with the hottest bar, since Shila was established ten years ago it became a Gastronomic home for people that like to eat and have fun. Sharon Cohen, the chef, manages his kitchen with laughter and humor behind the Flame, Seasoned with grace and serves with love.




Popina, the Orel Kamahi chef restaurant, serves a variety of meticulously prepared dishes that creatively combine seasonal raw materials from Israel and abroad and are served in its unique and elegant style.

The menu in the restaurant offers an unique experience, the diners can choose and focus on vegetables, meats, fish and seafood. The chef and the kitchen staff undergo five different cooking methods: pickling, steaming, baking, roasting and long cooking. This division comes from the restaurant’s world view, which views kitchen work as a focal point for culinary entertainment, and shares the proper respect for the ingredients of the dish and its preparation.

This concept, which is also reflected in the building of the restaurant located in a magical stone house in Neve Tzedek, allows an observation of the kitchen work in the center of the space, which is designed from each of the tables or from the wide bar that surrounds it. Thus, diners can observe the work of the team working hard to prepare the meal while participating and communicating with the local audience.

This is a really impressive restaurant. Our only criticism, all the while strongly recommending it, is that the portions are too small. The menu is split up into 5 cooking techniques and they recommend mixing between styles and sharing. Similar to the creative flavour combinations in the dishes, there’s a selection of really interesting cocktails. For the less daring, the wine list is extensive. The beautifully decorated restaurant offers dining in the main room, which has a nice buzz and a view of the open space kitchen, or a more relaxed feel in the terrace. It is just on the border of Neve Zedek so it’s a great location if you want to go for a drink in the Tachana or on Rothschild after.



Topolopompo fire- kitchen restaurant inspired by the exotic culinary traditions of the east is another culinary tour-de-force of the celebrity chef avi conforti. Its fire is omnipresent not only in every single dish but also physically as a prominent and active participant in space.

Baranowitz & Kronenberg were inspired in their design by landscapes of the east; fertile valleys, rice terraces and mountain tops, topolopompo celebrates this morphology and introduces abundant possibilities for social gatherings along the route from the” valley” to the “mountain top”.

These social landscapes are dominated by a mythical fire dragon, which hovers all around the space veiling with its translucent golden tail the different seatings.
The dragon scales echo through hexagon concrete tiles serving as a sensual backdrop for them all.

Super-high-end Asian fusion restaurant generally regarded as one of the best in Tel Aviv.

The whole dining experience at Topolopompo is world class. You can see that each detail of service and decor has been carefully thought through.


Molecule  Radisson

Inside of one of the most luxurious hotels of the city, the Hotel Ukraina, which was commissioned by Joseph Stalin and became the second tallest of the neoclassical Stalin-era "seven sisters", it was the tallest hotel in the world from the time of its construction until the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel opened in Atlanta, Georgia, United States in 1976. Here you will find the Molecule Radisson, offering a great selection of niche perfumes.   

Molecule Crocus

Outside of the three rings that the define the map of Moscow you will find Crocus City Mall, a luxury shopping mall of gigantic proportions. If you are doing some shopping in this mall, undeniably you will find this high-end luxury perfumery in the luxury segment of the mall, which boosts all the top brands the world has to offer.



This Rooftop Bar & Lounge located in the heart of one of Tel Aviv's most famous boulevards features a large selection of unique cocktails and delicious small plates.

With our large terrace and amazing lounge you are guaranteed the perfect venue for your Entertainment experience.




Hotel Montefiore’s restaurant is a mandatory culinary experience for travelers to Tel Aviv and locales alike. French cuisine under a Vietnamese spell a delectable culinary identity based upon seasonal, local ingredients and imported goods carefully curated by the hotel’s kitchen.

The hotel’s renowned brunch affords innovative takes on culinary classics such as Scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, Pancakes with seasonal fruit and maple syrup, Toasted Halla Bread, Jambon, Gouda, Roasted Tomato and Poached Eggs, Spinach, Cream, Sourdough Bread.

For lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves all-year-round staples from Raw Tuna, Yuzo Sea Bass Filet, Pumpkin cream, Pork Chop, Bacon, Manchego; and Beef Filet and Goose-Liver, "Tournedos Rossini", as well as signature special ideated each week according to season.

Paired with an expertly curated list of boutique and international wines or classic cocktails, guests at Hotel Montefiore restaurant luxuriate in the plush leather cushioned seats amidst mythically sized palms that dot the circumference of the space. Located on the ground floor of the hotel, the restaurant, no matter the time of day, is the place to see and be seen by local tastemakers, businesspersons and internationals alike. Every evening from 17:00-19:00 Hotel Montefiore invites guests to unwind and enjoy a happy hour of expertly crafted cocktails along with complimentary scones, coffee and tea. fabulous crowd takes over.



The new location is absolutely stunning, an architectural beauty. You walk through a small unassuming passage into a gorgeous open courtyard. Continuing through, you reach the indoor bar area that hosts live bands in the evenings. Further still, another outdoor seating area that’s much smaller and quieter. The vibes could not be more on point.

They are soon opening yet another section of the restaurant , Disco Tokyo, which will be a high-end Asian restaurant with an open kitchen. We have a very good feeling about it!

Herzl 16 is one of the hottest places in town! From a good coffee and pastry, through a delicious lunch to a full dinner with alcohol. There are a courtyard and a playground for cool performances. 



This restaurant-bar fills up from the early evening with a young crowd of extremely cool locals. The chilled outdoor area makes it a popular spot to go to for a relaxed drink and bite to eat. Port Said is also busy during lunch time hours. The food is not as good as in Eyal Shani’s other restaurants, however still of a good standard. For all those with a sweet tooth, they serve the most divine French Toast in all of TLV!

Port Said offers the perfect blend between good vibes, good drinks and good food. What more could we want!?

Located just across from the largest synagogue in Tel Aviv, you won’t find anyone praying here. With a massive vinyl collection, the hippest waitresses, and a food menu created under the supervision of iconic Israeli chef, Eyal Shani (of Miznon and Beit Romano), you’ll understand why Port Said has been successfully serving the young communities of Tel Aviv for years. Featuring innovative Israeli dishes, there is always a new menu addition to savor. While the wait may be long and the energy intense, no visit to Tel Aviv is complete without an evening at this iconic spot. So grab a Goldstar, some delectable food, and spend your night chilling under the stars with the locals at Port Said.


The pretty rooftop over the Herbert Samuel restaurant is home to Sublet, one of the coolest summer venues in the city, its superb location offering breathtaking, uninterrupted views across the sea.

Sublet’s simple but stylish setup of seating around the edge, bars in the middle and large, quirky lamps makes for an inviting and elegant place to stop for a cocktail. This is a true party spot, with a lively, attractive crowd and a festive, flamboyant atmosphere – so start with a few drinks, put on your dancing shoes and party the night away


This cute little bar is an elegant contrast to the raucous partying of much of Tel Aviv’s night scene.

In a hip location on bar-heavy Lilienblum Street – with an elegant, inviting interior of dark wood, leather and soft lighting – this is a great spot to stop off for a few pre-club drinks. Alternatively, settle down for a mellow evening of cold martinis and soft jazz, and while the night away in style

Where to rest



Welcome to Hotel Montefiore, an oasis of style. Hotel Montefiore embodies the essence of unparalleled luxury, intimacy and exquisite style in a picturesque, meticulously restored Eclectic architecture-style edifice in the heart of Tel Aviv, just steps from Rothschild Boulevard. Built in 1922, Hotel Montefiore first existed as a private residence before its three year restoration and transformation into its current incarnation, officially opening in June 2008 on Montefiore Street in the “Lev HaIr” district, or “heart of the city.” With 12 rooms dressed in elegant dark wood furnishings, a flagship Tel Aviv restaurant and a bar serving artisanal, classic cocktails, Hotel Montefiore satiates every desire.

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Nestled on a picturesque city square, The Norman, the only luxury boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, lies in the heart of the White City; Tel Aviv’s world-famous UNESCO heritage site of historic Bauhaus architecture buildings. Perfectly situated next to Rothschild Boulevard and Tel Aviv’s best cultural attractions, The Norman is comprised of 2 classic buildings, beautifully restored to their unique elegance. No. 25 Nachmani St., the main building of the hotel, is a grand Modernist building, featuring clean lines and wooden shutters that capture the essence of 1920s architecture. No. 23 Nachmani Street, a residential suites building, available for both short and long term stays, was built in the Eclectic style and is brimming with Renaissance influence and oriental accents.




Shenkin Hotel is a boutique hotel in Tel Aviv that is owned and operated by locals. That means that not only do we offer 30 immaculately-appointed guest rooms, and not only do we have a prime location in the White City, a neighborhood that epitomizes Tel Aviv’s spirit, but we’re also experts on this incredible city and we’re perfectly equipped to help you make the absolute most of your stay.

Whether you’re here for important business or purely for pleasure, Shenkin Hotel is exactly where you want to be. The Shenkin Hotel places you just steps away from the city’s vibrant arts and culture, dining and nightlife scene. You’re also just a short walk from the world-famous beaches of the Mediterranean.

Because this boutique hotel in Tel Aviv is staffed by a team of knowledgeable professionals that also happen to be some of the city’s most in-the-know locals, you can be sure that we won’t let you miss the must-see tourist attractions. You can also be sure that we can let you in on some of Tel Aviv’s best kept secrets, pointing you towards off-the-beaten-path hidden gems as well as events that may only be common knowledge for locals.