Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Public Security Minister Omer Bar Lev arrived at the Ilka Bar in Tel Aviv on Monday night, which reopened four days after three civilians, Tomer Morad and Magini and Barak Lufen were killed in a terrorist attack there, Ynet reported.
Bennett spoke to the crowd about the importance of carrying on with their daily lives amid a string of terror attacks that has left 14 Israelis dead over the past three weeks.
"We do not let them - our enemies - stop our lives," he said. "They cannot defeat us. We come back to life, come back to live here - that's life. At the same time, we are fighting in their places, in their bases, and we will win with God's help. I love you very, very much."
Last week, three Israelis were killed in a shooting on Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv, following other terrorist attacks in previous weeks in Bnei Brak, Hadera and Beersheba that killed 11 people.
In light of the increased violence, Israeli security forces have conducted raids in the West Bank and closed off the city of Jenin entirely.
Anna Ahronheim, Tzvi Joffre and Jerusalem Post Staff contributed to this report.