Part bar, part gallery, locals to Tel Aviv would define Cuckoo’s Nest as the spot for entertainment and food, and a permanent local pop-up. Like the name Cuckoo’s Nest alludes, it is a nest for local creatives – providing a neutral space for emerging local artists, musicians and designers to expose their works. Whether it’s on the live stage or the upstairs art gallery, for the past year and a half Cuckoo’s Nest has been teeming with an atmosphere of coolness and creativity.
The multidisciplinary spot provides evanescent displays of art and music, serving up an array cocktails alongside a Mediterranean fusion menu of cuisine. The complex is set in an Arabesque style building from the beginning of the 20th century, and being partially refurbished, it embraces its Jaffa roots, its interior reifying both historical and the underground, a unique experience for all who walk inside.
Whether you are stopping by to look at art, grab a cocktail and dinner, or enjoy one of the many unique events that are hosted by Cuckoo’s Nest, locals and tourists always have a good reason to stop by this brilliant local hub of contemporary culture.