Hamburger Hummus is a satirical web series, lampooning Ugly Americans while giving education on Israel.
The series shared via YouTube was directed by Workaholics’ Jay Kara and stars Angela Kinsey (The Office), Jillian Bell (Workaholics, 22 Jump Street) and Marque Richardson (Dear White People).
Hamburger Hummus asked Nativo to create two punchy articles to drive traffic to the series’ YouTube channel and website.
One list article focused on the vibrant nightlife and sites of Tel Aviv, which was paired with the raunchy Shots Shots Shabbats (Episode 5).
SHOTS, SHOTS, SHABBATS: A sloppy sl*t, a creeper IT dude and a gay guy walk into a bar in Tel Aviv and have a night they’ll never forget. Or is that remember. (Episode description)
Israel is a going-all-night, can’t-get-enough, explosion of fun. Israel is all about #YOLO. No matter what your plans are for a hot, Israeli night, one thing’s for sure, you won’t leave wanting. Here are 6 ways to party in Israel:
Satisfy your inner foodie and tease your senses with a delicious meal. Israelis delight in food with bold flavors, so prepare to have your palate educated. Afterward, get amped for the big night with Cofix’s 5-shekel coffee.
Hit the Beach
If you like people watching, you’ll love Gordon-Frishman Beach. Stroll on powdery sands and take in breathtaking Mediterranean views. The beach is within walking distance of restaurants and cafés.
Shop the Markets
You can’t leave Tel Aviv without buying for those you left behind. There’s plenty of shopping in Tel Aviv and the open air markets can’t be beat for deals and tasty treats. The Carmel Market is open on weekends and is popular with locals and tourists alike.
Forget Ibiza, Tel Aviv gives all-night, heart-thumping dancing with clubs for to please candy ravers and underground techno aficionados alike. Deft DJs mix tasty tracks to bumping dancefloors. You might be dancing to the next Borgore, Infected Mushroom, Astrix or Guy Gerber.
Late-Night Street Food
Refuel with Israeli street food that serves spicy and fried deliciousness. Grab a bureka — pototoes and eggplant enveloped in a crispy phylo shell. Or, feast on shwarma is the Israeli version of a gyro with seasoned turkey bathed in lamb fat.
Dawn Dance Parties
The hottest trend in Tel Aviv is the morning Daybreaker dance parties. This monthly party gets going early in the morning and attracts hundreds of eager partygoers. But this isn’t an alcohol or drug-crazed event. The bar only serves coffee, tea or soda.
Six Americans go to Israel for a high-tech, high-fun blogging conference and what results is one Holy Sh*tshow.