1. Nahat coffee
One of the things that is most important to me today is coffee. That’s why I have to start the day in a place that will provide me with the delicious coffee I love, the new Nahat Cafe. the station area
2. Rothschild Blvd
I have a huge love for Rothschild Blvd. On the one hand it is a central place and on the other hand it has an avenue of trees and vegetation, which the sun illuminates with its rays at different times of the day. I can stand for hours and look at Rothschild Boulevard. This is one of the places where I feel Tel Aviv the most.
3. Ariela House
When I left the Yeshiva and returned with the question, I lived on the seashore. I was homeless and Ariela’s house was my home. Every morning I would come to the library, take out the entire shelf of movies and watch all day. That’s how I learned cinema. King Shaul 25
4. The Carmel market
I live and breathe the Carmel, feel it and beat with its heart. Panda and Rostom from the Carmel 40 are my best friends in the market.
5. Mr. Something Lounge
Two years ago, a chef called me and invited me to see the breakdown of the largest tuna fish caught in Israel. I met a humble and humble guy. He fell in love with my photographs and I fell in love with his work. I’m a fan of Dean Shoshani’s food. We are friends and I am his photographer. 12 Kedumim Square, Jaffa
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