The streets of Tel Aviv read like an old curiosity shop awash with all kinds of nostalgia – not least; vintage book shops, second hand markets full to bursting with memorabilia from times past, vintage clothing stalls and even coffee shops that date back to the British Mandate.
Here is The Norman boutique hotel’s insight into going vintage in the White City.Scroll to page content
This store curates a carefully selected collection of second-hand treasures, some of which are sourced abroad. The boutique radiates hip and is packed with floral frocks, cutesy pumps and other quirky one-off pieces with an Israeli twist. This store caters to both men and women.
This eclectic boutique boasts a rich collection of second-hand clothing and accessories for both men and women. Pieces from the 1950s sit alongside more contemporary basics .
TEL AVIV VINTAGE MARKET
Open on Tuesdays and Fridays, this is a treasure-hunters paradise and the first place to look for vintage treasures. Antique dealers and merchants selling vintage Israeli comics to watches and ceramics .
Tuesdays (from 11:00 to 21:00)
Fridays (from 7:00 to 16:00)
In the heart of Jaffa, this sweet café-restaurant has a well known reputation as the place to eat and people watch! With its mismatched tables, chairs, nik-naks and wall pictures all from the Shuk Hapishpishim ( flea market), Puaa offers homey nourishing food in a one-off vibe Rabbi Yachanan Street 3, Jaffa
THE LIBRARY BAR at THE NORMAN HOTEL
Our vintage style bar boasts an extensive spirits menu and wine list is officially number one in Israel 2017. The Library Bar at The Norman offers our guests the opportunity to enjoy a special all-day menu and a cocktail list full of vintage flourish. From 6-8pm, enjoy a daily happy hour style event Monday to Thursday , where delicious appetizer snacks from the kitchen of Alena Restaurant are served with each and every cocktail or glass of wine.
Open 7 days a week: 9:00-1:00