Located across from the railway station, this Ottoman Turkish caravansary was refurbished and opened in 1968 as a nightclub, catering mostly to visitors. In the last few years, it has upgraded its program to include concerts of chamber music or jazz, Hebrew repertory theater, and occasional performances in English. Besides the theater, the building houses the inventive, kosher Limonim restaurant on the upper terrace. There are still tourist programs of Israeli folk singers, traditional dances, and audience singalongs.