Sheinkin St.

Starting in the 1980s, Sheinkin became a bastion of Tel Aviv bohemia, where writers, actors and musicians went to see and be seen. Stretching from Allenby to Rothschild Boulevard, Sheinkin is lined with funky stores and second-hand shops that attract large crowds, especially on Fridays. Cafe Tamar, an old-time institution, is worth a visit for a glimpse into the city’s past.