The menu offers a modern bistro fare and upscale comfort food, including CoffeeBar’s famous hamburger in red wine sauce, sautéed chicken livers over mashed potatoes, and duck confit.
Don’t be fooled by the name! CoffeeBar is actually one of the most beloved & innovative restaurants in – Tel Aviv. CoffeeBar opened its doors more than two decades ago, in the industrial, somewhat gritty Yad Harutzim neighborhood, and paved the way for other establishments to do the same. Despite its location off the beaten track, the place has cemented its reputation as a Tel Aviv institution. It manages to draw crowds day after day, night after night—a testament to its winning formula of classy décor and dynamic atmosphere, excellently prepared food and efficient, friendly service. During lunchtime, the CoffeeBar is generally a buzz
with the local business and advertising crowd, which comes to take advantage of the generous specials, and that energy generally spills over into the evenings. The menu offers a modern bistro fare and upscale comfort food, including CoffeeBar’s famous hamburger in red wine sauce, sautéed chicken livers over mashed potatoes, and duck confit, along with daily specials that are listed in chalk on an oversized blackboard.
On Fridays, the place fills up with Tel Avivians enjoying the hearty
brunch menu, while Saturday family-lunches have developed into a legendary affair. Multiple generations sit around large tables, enjoying a weekend feast of Mediterranean-tinged European dishes.
13 Yad Harutzim St.