Food, Drink & Nightlife
There are some cozy places in Beirut where you can work, study or read your favorite book in peace.
The ultimate food and lifestyle magazine, Taste & Flavors, rounds up the coolest new spots to feed your thirst and your appetite.
Al Falamanki, the popular Lebanese café, recently opened the doors of its second branch. Located near Beirut’s iconic Raouche rock, it boasts one of the best views in the capital.
With temperatures rising, Beirut’s rooftop bars are back in business.
For lovers of coffee, Beirut’s rich café culture is second to none. LT rounds up some of the best outdoor spots to grab a freshly brewed cup and watch the world…
Foodies rejoice! Le Cordon Bleu, Paris’s world-famous cooking institute, is coming to Lebanon and they’re bringing some serious style with them. The school will be opening a cooking and baking school…
Every city has its hidden culinary secrets and Beirut is no different. We head to the street to find the tastiest local flavors.
The beautiful district of Batroun is now home to a bunch of prominent Lebanese wineries. Lebanese mapping company Zawarib pick their favorites for a road trip to the north Lebanon region…
Thankfully, Beirut has stepped up its game in recent years, with more restaurants offering brunch options and new eateries dedicated solely to our favorite intermediate meal.
Beirut nightlife, though world famous and constantly abuzz, is not exactly cheap. In this capital city, spending half your paycheck on a night out has become the new norm.