In need of fruits, bread, veggies, spices, dried beans, olives, cheeses, nuts, fish, or meats? What about flowers, showerheads, shorts, mezuzahs, children’s toys, shoes, home decorations, key chains, or dresses? Maybe the latest CDs, new Tupperwares, school supplies, plastic spatulas, body lotion, or cleaning supplies? Perhaps you’re just looking for somewhere to grab a quick bite of falafel, baklava, burekas, or sabich? Shuk HaCarmel (Carmel Market), Tel Aviv’s largest marketplace, is your one-stop-shop for everything you could possibly imagine. The main entrance to the market, which is comprised of a long street lined with stalls as well as several parallel side streets and alleys, is at the intersection of Allenby, Nachalat Benyamin, King George, and Sheinkin. Vendors hawk their goods Sunday to Thursday from 8am until dark and on Fridays from 8am to 2pm.