Tanti Becky shop Tel-Aviv

A small and intimate Boutique, that’s been open since 2007 and is located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Between Dizingoff Square and Dizingoff Center on Bar Kochkva Street.

The Boutique is designed in a romantic Atmosphere, like a small 1950’s living room and here you can find all the wide selection of clothing imported mainly from Shanghai, Hong Kong and Bangkok. In her Travels, the owner chooses the items carefully, with an emphasis on the quality of the fabric, sewing and pattern.

The collection is characterized by romantic and feminine lines and offers its customers a combination of comfortable casual wear made of cotton and tricot fabrics with an up to date twist, to evening dresses with a unique and up to date saying.In the boutique we also have a small department of high Standard Wedding dresses, some imported and some are designed by local designers.











The Bistro 1887

I must be honest I am rather biased when it comes to Bistro 1887. I sit there several time a week (sometimes more), its right by my house, and I know the owner. This is one of spots where i express my Tel Avivianism (that’s not a word right?)

Corner of Liliblum (לילינבלום) and Pines (פינס) streets, Tel Aviv, Israel. (Photo credit: Wikipedia

Anyway…located on a sunny corner of Pines and Lilinblum st, Bistro 1887 is a cafe / restaurant hybrid on one of the edges of Neve Tzedek

Its charm lies in its picturesque corner location which is consistently sun facing, great coffee, and the international clientele. Its a great spot to watch the passer byes, read a book, and spend a lazy morning with a friend.

The menu features an Italian theme but accommodates all types of pallet’s. The food is consistently good but definitely not cheap. Do not miss the croissants, the anti pasti, and the great schnitzel.


A visit to Neve Tzedek

Neve Tzedek (Oasis of Justice) is one of the most unique neighborhoods in Tel Aviv. Located on the southern side of the city, this beautiful neighborhood has become one of the trendiest spots in town and yet somehow has retained its old school charm.

Its main road, Shabazi street, is lined with cafes, wine bars, clothing and jewelry boutiques, art galleries, and at its edge lies one of Tel Aviv cultural icons – The Susan Dallal Center for performing arts.

Over the past decade, Neve Tzedek has undergone a renaissance. Once a poor neighborhood, it is now one of the most expensive places to live in the city. The proximity to the beach and Rothschild Blvd, the picturesque low rise architecture, and its overall chic, have driven Neve Tzedek to become The place everyone wants to live in and visit.

The best time to visit the neighborhood is during the week (IE not Saturday when everything is closed). Come in the mood for a slow stroll and make sure to venture between the streets not just on Shabazi.

The neighborhood is also full of history and many guides offer walking tours of the area. Definitely worth a try.

If its in your budget there are a few boutique hotels in Neve Tzedek. The Varsano, Neve Zedek Hotel, and Nina. You can also check out some short term rentals in the area on

As this blog progresses, I will write some posts about specific spots in the area but for now here are some of my favorites.

Jajo wine bar
Jajo: great spot for a date
Okinawa: Great Sushi
Tazza De Oro: Brunch spot
Susana: Great lunch spot
Bistro 1887: Breakfast and Lunch
Gutman Museum
Susan Dallal Center of Performing Arts
Dallal Bakery