HaMezeg, or Mezeg as most anglos refer to it, is a bar on Ibn Gvirol which is a street known mainly for its restaurant and Rabin Square. This is the bar that invented the now popular system of wristband drinking that dominates Tel Aviv's bars. At the beginning of the nigt you pick a wristband which gives you access to the type of alcohol you want to drink that night, and then for the rest of the night you get unlimited drinks. The cheapest band is beer and wine, and then it steadily gets more expensive with vodkas and whiskeys etc. Although the price is amazing for an unlimited bar, you should take into account that they don't make it so easy for you to get the drinks – small glasses and not enough bartenders mean getting your money's worth can be a challenge. Go early and get the bartender to like you, and you should be fine!
The bar has a happy hour from 6pm – 9pm where everything on the food menu is buy one, get one free. The bar is decorated as a Greek tavern and hosts a toga party every so often. That said, it is the epitome of a Tel Aviv bar – lively, diverse people, and open late. If you want somewhere you're guaranteed a good night, this is a great choice.