The Definitive Demise of Tel Aviv's 'West Village'

The closing of an iconic cafe is a nail in the coffin of the bohemian haven that was Sheinkin Street.

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“The first conceptual kitchen in Israel,” Cafe Ke’ilu – loosely translated as “Cafe Make Believe” or "Cafe As If" – opened with great fanfare on April 3, 1998. It proved that those who habitually visited...