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Jerusalem Nightlife

Jerusalem’s nightlife scene may be small by some standards, but it is also incredibly diverse, unique and active, so there’s a little something for everybody. Our comprehensive Jerusalem nightlife listings have you covered for everything from cocktail bars, dance clubs, dive bars, live music venues and more. See for yourself!

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Oliver Twist
  • 59 Ha-nevi'im St, Jerusalem

Oliver Twist is one of the most popular dance clubs in the city for students. There are 3 bars and a dance floor, the music is typically mainstream, and... Read more

102 Bar
  • 9 Heleni Hamalka, Jerusalem

Located on the bar-rich Heleni Hamalka Street in downtown Jerusalem Read more

The Barrel Public House
  • 33 Hillel St, Jerusalem

The Barrel & The Tap is a London-style pub in downtown Jerusalem known Read more

  • Hillel St, Jerusalem

Take a trip back to the 1920's at the speakeasy-inspired Gatsby cocktail bar. Read more

Hetzi Tuki (Half Parrot)
  • 3 Horkanus St, Jerusalem

Hetzi Tuki (Half Parrot) is a basement dive-bar in downtown Jerusalem, but don’t let the rough exterior Read more

Drink Point
  • 18 Hillel St, Jerusalem

Drink Point is a popular choice in downtown Jerusalem for the younger crowd that Read more

  • 34 Ben Yehuda St, Jerusalem

Besarabia is a bar on Ben Yehuda Street that waffles between a place to socialize during the day and a music venue at night. It hosts bands from a... Read more

Hamakom (The Place)
  • 3 Ben Shetach St, Jerusalem

Hamakom (The Place) is a popular dance club in downtown Jerusalem that attracts a diverse crowd of revelers throughout Read more

  • 2 Shushan St, Jerusalem

BaStards is a concept bar in downtown Jerusalem’s hipster district (Shushan Street) that’s known for having Read more

Video Pub
  • 1 Horkanus St, Jerusalem

Video Pub is Jerusalem’s only dedicated gay bar and home to some of the wildest parties in the city. Regardless of your orientation, it’s a great spot to catch... Read more

  • 17 HaAfarsek St, Jerusalem

Tahrir is a bar in the Mahane Yehuda Market that’s dedicated to giving everybody a taste of Middle Eastern (MIzrahi) culture, including live concerts and jam sessions with local... Read more

Cactus 9
  • 4 Shushan St, Jerusalem

Cactus 9 is a popular student hangout in downtown Jerusalem. You can expect good service, music alcohol and a casual, fun atmosphere. Photos: Mushkie Haskelevich   Read more

4:20 Bar
  • 5 Yitshak Elisar St, Jerusalem

4:20 Bar is an underground-style bar in downtown Jerusalem where locals go to have some drinks, catch a DJ set and maybe even dance a little. Photo: Mushkie Haskelevich... Read more

  • 12 Shamai St, Jerusalem

Fishnzone is a small neighborhood bar in downtown Jerusalem known for being a great spot to watch American football games, soccer matches and other sporting events. You won’t find... Read more

Freddie Lemon
  • 19 Ets Khayim St, Jerusalem

Freddie Lemon in the Mahane Yehuda Market is a small bar that attracts a young, music-loving crowd. There’s not much room inside, but they have some seating and often... Read more

Rosh — A Neighborhood Bar
  • 16 Azza St, Jerusalem

Rosh is a no-frills neighborhood bar in Jerusalem’s Rechavia neighborhood. You won’t find much there besides beer, liquor and maybe wine, but if you’re looking for an authentic local... Read more

  • 3 Shushan St, Jerusalem

Mazkeka is one of the premiere venues in the city for alternative music, hosting live bands and DJ’s playing various genres — rock, blues, jazz, Balkan, techno, hip-hop and... Read more

  • 10 King David St, Jerusalem

Zuta is Jerusalem's newest destination for high-class cocktails made from the freshest quality ingredients. Read more

  • 37 King George St, Jerusalem

Burla is a bar in downtown Jerusalem that typically attracts a late 20’s, early 30’s crowd. It’s also known for being popular within Jerusalem’s gay community. Read more

Neighbour Bar – Hashchena
  • Beit Yaakov, 11, Jerusalem

Hashchena offers a homely atmosphere, great music, unusual food, and the hosting of a real neighbour inside the bustling nightlife of Machane Yehuda market. Read more