Food, Drink & Nightlife
Veganism has gained traction in Lebanon, with an increasing number of city cafes and restaurants offering an impressive selection of vegan dishes.
Beirut’s restaurant scene is never short of newcomers. Here are a few new spots to try out.
Fresh and tangy, tabbouleh is a true reflection of Lebanon in a dish, as Zeinab Jeambey from the Food Heritage Foundation explains.
There’s something very special about oud music and there are some fantastic spots in the capital to enjoy its beautiful sound.
Taste & Flavors, the ultimate food and lifestyle magazine, serves up some ideas in Beirut to feed your appetite this season.
With olive season coming to harvest this month, it’s the perfect time to get involved and learn more about one of Lebanon’s biggest industries.
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.