The Best Cafes for “Working From Home”

Working from cafes is so popular in Israel you will most certainly ask the question no one can answer, 'does anyone in Tel Aviv actually work!?'. We know having a home office can have many benefits such as allowing you to travel and work from anywhere in the world. In case you need to put in some hours of work while you’re staying here in Israel, there are so many great places you can go outside the walls of your hotel room.

Here are some of our favorite places to cozy up with our laptop while enjoying a delicious coffee or bite to eat.

Bucke Cafe

With more outdoor than indoor seating, Bucke café is great place to get some work done when the weather outside is just too good to miss. Grab a table or a seat at the high top bar and work away. It’s always a great idea to order a light sandwich to munch on while you work.

91 Ahad Ha’Am St, Tel Aviv

Nahat Cafe

This café lies in a quiet corner just a block away from Dizengoff center. A nice perk here is that you can find plenty of outlets to charge up your laptop even if you’re seated outside. Not only is it great for getting for work done, but their small sandwiches are a must try and also provide you an excuse to take a small lunch break. The cheese apple walnut sandwich is our go to.

1 Reines (Dizengoff square), Tel Aviv

Yom Tov Cafe

A local favorite, Yom Tov Café is located on the outskirts of the Carmel Market. This is the perfect place to grab a cup of coffee and get lost in your work. If you stay late enough, this café turns into a laid back restaurant and bar. So when you finish up your work, you can end the day with a drink or two.

30 Yom Tov St, Tel Aviv


Less than 5 minutes from the beach you’ll find Café XoHo. This American owned café not only has great food and coffee but serves as a great spot to get some work done. Whether you just want a slice of their delicious banana bread or want to much on some avocado toast, you can’t go wrong with any item on their menu. Their shared tables also offer a very cozy atmosphere and the service is very attentive.

17 J.L Gordon St, Tel Aviv

Dallal Bakery

Located right off of Shabazi Street, Dallal bakery is known for its fantastic coffee and pastries. Sit along the indoor or outdoor bar and get to work while snacking down on a delicious piece of babka or Danish. If you really start to get hungry you can move your office to the Dallal restaurant for a perfect lunch.

7 Kol Israel Haverim St, Tel Aviv

Little Prince Bookshop

Just a short walk from the Carmel Market sits the Little Prince Bookshop. With a variety of seating options including comfy couches and a beautiful outdoor patio at the back of the restaurant, you'll never want to leave. Surrounded with shelves of books, this cafe has a very calm and laid-back atmosphere giving you a quiet space to get your work done.

19 King George St, Tel Aviv


Of course, we can’t forget about the classic Starbucks of Israel, Aroma. It may seem odd to recommend this, but just like with Starbucks, you can always find free Wifi, a bathroom, and usually a computer plug - the essentials. With over 20 locations, it’s impossible not to find an Aroma near you! Aroma is most well-known to Americans for their iced aroma. Don’t be fooled by the named, in Israel an “iced” drink is actually frozen like a Frappuccino. If you’re looking for an iced coffee make sure you ask for “cold coffee.”

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