Since Keret Klub (Klub Keret Cultural Association) is officially a social club, you will need to sign up and become a member, a 30-second exercise, to gain admission to this tiny, dimly-lit bar (it's free). The reason for the legal maneuvering is to allow for smoking inside, which is fully exploited. The smoke-filled interior evokes a Prohibition-era atmosphere, where the common cause seems to bring out the friendliest side of the patrons.
But tobacco isn't the only allure - you can indulge in cold beers, toasted sandwiches, and board games with the friendly regulars. Also observe the drawings on the walls, a welcome surprise compared with the check-the-box-type artwork now so common in many bars.