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.
With a large Armenian population, Lebanon boasts some of the best Armenian restaurants you can find. We take a culinary journey with our sister publication Taste & Flavors to discover 10 fantastic places to enjoy sujuk, sou berek and so much more.
Epitomizing Lebanese culture since 1857, Gandour evokes nostalgia, providing children — and adults — with a delightful range of sweet treats.
Wadi El Deir is a picturesque family owned and run restaurant in the quaint neighborhood of Tannourine Al Tahta. Located on the edge of the Nahr (River) Al Jouz, which runs…
Lebanon’s hospitality sector — one of its most vital — is currently under threat. Here’s what you can do.
Whether you’re a fan of hot herbal infusions or the famous boba concoctions, Beirut boasts a number of trendy spots that serve a perfect cup of tea.
We’re constantly on the lookout for the hottest new openings. Luckily for us, our friends at Taste & Flavors always have us covered.
From food and drink festivals to pottery workshops, there are countless events coming your way this weekend.
If you’re looking to enjoy iftar on a budget, check out these spots around Beirut that are offering traditional and contemporary menus throughout the holy month of Ramadan.