Many of the cafes and eateries along Dizengoff St. seem stuck in another decade; happily, Bread Story is not one of them. Contemporary, bright, and cheery, the place is a self-described “integration of bakery and a kitchen” and that means fresh, flavorful breads abound. Whether you come for french toast at breakfast, or any number of “bread salads” (try the one with roasted vegetables and feta) and gourmet sandwiches (Cheddar Goose on basil brioche is a treat, as is the Druze Omelet with labaneh cheese in a pita) later in the day, you won’t be disappointed. In true Israeli fashion, there’s a kid’s menu as well as an extensive bar menu, and one thing Bread Story is not is quiet. The sidewalk terrace is a very popular spot for young Tel Avivians to meet and have coffee before going clubbing.