Stage a cocktail party outdoors, in front of the Mayumana Theater in Old Jaffa, to the darbouka beat of local drummers and with the participation of the Mayumana dance troupe to supply that additional rhythm. Follow this up with a performance of the dynamic dance ensemble either before or after dinner at a restaurant in Jaffa.
Have a special breakfast in the open air at the Tel Aviv Port, as joggers, walkers and bicycle riders enliven the promenade.
After breakfast, as the morning rush subsides, the port area offers various options. Distribute rods and reels for those who care to join the local are the fishermen, many of whom have been casting their lines here for decades; pedaling enthusiast can rent bicycles for an hour or more; in-line skating is another possibility, at the newly-built area of the port set aside for this activity. later, set up a tent by the sea, where local jugglers, magicians, acrobats, etc. will perform and then sit your winners down for the cuisine of their choice from among the various waterfront restaurants located in the port.
For groups of up to 1000, the Suzanne Delolal Complex square in Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv's very first neighborhood outside of Jaffa, is another attractive venue for a cocktail event. Amid the 19th-century buildings that make up this entertainment center, guests can be entertained by fire-eaters, mimes, jugglers, portrait painters, tarot card readers and other street performers and artists, as well as by dancers of the Inbal Yemenite dance Troupe (based at Suzanne Dellal).