Probably the biggest selection of beers in Israel, including quite a few Israeli micros. Food is decent and the portions are generous. Service is good. Prices are a bit high like in most places in Tel Aviv, but if you come at lunchtime (12:00-17:00) they have good deals on beer and food. One of the best places for beer in Israel and it’s also a few minutes walk from Dancing Camel.
A crowded restaurant but still a nice place to hang out, drink and eat. They have about 50 taps - one of the largest in Israel. Sometimes they serve special beers which you can't find somewhere else. They also have lots of bottles. The food is quite good.
The Best multi tap pub in Israel. Wide and vari choice, professional knowledgeable staff, nice food.
Revised on 25/9/15: visited againg after about a year with party of 6 and were very disapointed of service, so I have to downgrade this place a lot.
Place was not busy at all, but we had to wait very-very long for our waiter all the time during evening. Food this time was not really as expected, but expensive. At the check out, first they charged ~ 20% more for bottles - no apologise, then that charged 100 Nis more from the credit card - again no apologise. Something wrong going there with the service :(.
American-style beer and burgers type place near the outskirts of central Tel Aviv. Yes, they have 50 beers on tap, but at least 40 are big international brands like Fullers or Maredsous that aren’t of much interest to beer enthusiasts. Small but choice selection of Israeli beers with a couple seasonals. Slow service, mediocre food.
This is a great place. By far the best in Israel, and the whole Middle East. Great food. Lots of interesting beers - both bottles and numbers of taps. A great place to visit if you are ever in Tel Aviv.
Great place. Excellent selection of beer, very good food, friendly and professional service. Really nothing major to complain about. The only tweaks I’d like to see: (1) Allow the customer to freely select the beers in the combo/sampler (or whatever they call it). I really like trying new beers, but being limited to order 330cc or 500cc makes this more expensive than it needs to be, not to mention problematic in terms of driving afterwards, -and- (2) Turn the volume up just a bit. I normally hate it when the music makes it difficult to have a pleasant conversation, but Porter & Sons are taking this to another level. I’ve been there several times, and the music is almost inaudible. Bottom line: A great place, but can be fantastic with a couple of simple tweaks.
Visited in July 2013.
This is a modern place with a fairly long bar disk. Friendly staff and a good selection of both domestic and foreign beers. (mainly Belgian) I had a plate with cold cuts, it was descent.
A place to visit if in Tel Aviv. Porter & Sons must be the best place in town. It was easy to find it, it took about 30 minutes from the beach. (by foot)