The Levinsky Market opened in the 1930s when this area of Tel Aviv - known as Florentin - was home to a small group of Jews from Greece. In its early years, the offerings here were mainly Balkan spices and cuisine. Immigrants from different ethnicities moved to Tel Aviv and brought their food, which can now all be experienced (and purchased) at Levinsky. There are chain shops in the market and also many shops that are one-of-a-kind and have delicacies that can only be found here. Some examples of what you might find: the Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla at the Chayak bake shop is considered to be among the best in the world. You can check out Cafe Atlas, founded in 1924 which has spices from all over - especially the balkans - as well as a large selection of healing plants. The Yom Tov Delicatessen comes to Levinsky by way of The Yom Tov family who moved to Israel from Turkey in the 1960s bringing their family recipes with them. This market is a treat for the senses. Taste, smell and experience a culinary paradise. Tours are also available if you want to learn more about the history of the area.
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