I have been going to Mersand ever since I was a kid, and it hasn't changed really. In the afternoon you see the 'Yeke' ladies having their tea while gossiping in Yiddish, at night the crowd is quite heterogeneous, yet you get the feeling that everyone knows each other. I particularly enjoy their breakfasts ('A Galilee for me') and though I always sit outside, I also love their vintage and now ultra stylish interiors, with their genuine mid century modern iron furniture which I hope that they will never sell (but if they do I'll buy them in an instant). I noticed a particularly cool crowd (with correspondingly ultra cool music being played) on Friday afternoons just before Shabbat. I truly think that the Tel Aviv municipality should give them an award for enduring in their timeless style in times where everything changes at the bat of an eyelash.
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