The bar is named for its location at the meeting point of 3 streets named after Jewish prophets. Despite this spot historically not supporting successful bars, HaNevi'im has been busy for 2 years now. The bar is split into two sections which completely contradict each other. Inside, you have upbeat music and a lively atmosphere, whereas the terrace is relaxed, with chilled out music and ore space for sitting under the stars. A barrier secluded guests from the street outside, and the quieter atmosphere makes it a great spot for first dates.
It's located away from the sea, right in the north of central Tel Aviv, means that many people still don't know about this place, and it doesn't exactly stand out to the casual passerby. While this could be seen as a bit of a PR failure, it's nice to have somewhere you know won't be packed with tourists. The bar is a little pricey for what it is, but still affordable and the atmosphere makes a great place to meet friends for a fun night.