Nahariya is not exactly what you'd call a gourmet's mecca. It's small and many vacationers take meals in their hotels. If you decide to go out, the first place to try is Ha-Ga'aton Boulevard, with its bistros, sidewalk cafes, and two commercial plazas: Ha-Banim Square (Kikar Ha-Banim) and Ha-Iriya Square (Kikar Ha-Iriya). The plazas are across Ha-Ga'aton from one another, at its intersection with Herzl Street, half a block west of the bus station. Each square has a cinema, lots of shops and services, and some indoor-outdoor eateries.

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