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Shopping Mall
“ABC Mall is the busiest mall in Beirut. If you would like to have a coffee there you can go to Starbucks or Lina's. There is a variety of restaurants which you can try specially Leila a Lebanese food with a twist. You can shop the best brands within this mall. ”
  • Door 13 locals aangeraden
Art Museum
“A beautiful architectural and historic space housing art exhibitions by well acclaimed Lebanese and Arab fine artists. A must visit. The museum’s design store is very well curated and the cafe is lovely. ”
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History Museum
“Its impressive, magnificently displayed collection of archaeological artefacts offers a great overview of Lebanon’s history and the civilizations that impacted this cultural crossroads.”
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Bar
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“Popular with locals, but even more with tourists and expats is Mar Mikhael, known for its night life every day of the week.”
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Lebanese restaurant
“It's authentic traditional, and natural homemade food of the best quality produce. Saturday brunch there is real treat.”
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Food
“Tree-filled courtyard and great cold brews. I love this place, it feels like a little retreat. Good for working remotely. ”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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“All you need for amazing lebanese restaurants, lebanese bakeries, coffee shops and more...”
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Tourist Information Center
“Place not to be missed in downtown Beirut for its historical and beautiful buildings and for its big choice of local and international shopping brands. 15 min away from Antelias highway.”
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Pub
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“Another great street for bars and restaurants in the western side of Beirut”
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Government Building
“Beirut Central District is the financial center of Lebanon, as well as the historical and geographical center of its capital. Severely damaged during the 15 year long civil war (1975-1990), it’s reconstruction constitutes one of the most ambitious urban redevelopment projects anywhere in the world. Now nearing its completion and successfully enjoying a vibrant second lease of life, here are 10 sights and activities to pursue in unique juxtapositions of old and new Beirut.”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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“Mayrig is a beautiful Armenian restaurant, great food and lovely terrace. More upscale for the prices but totally worth it. ”
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Buurt
“A street where you can find good restaurants, coffee places, and bars. Small shops and old buildings are also all around.”
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Harbor / Marina
“A nice beachfront area with many restaurants and coffee shops. Would not recommend thin healed shoes, as the flooring is wooden with gaps in between the tiles.”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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“An amazing mixed marrocan lebanese food restaurant. Attract cool locals who likes to eat and dance on the weekend on arabic music. Quiet calm during the week.”
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Shopping Mall
“Shopping mall with many food options, Leila is one of their best Lebanese restaurants!”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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“Amazing lebanese food and Marocan. Great for diners over weekend as people do dance there on arabic tunes as of 11:00 pm (Friday and Saturday). Quite crowded on Fridays and hard to get a reservation but walk-ins are allowed. ”
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
“All you need for amazing lebanese restaurants, lebanese bakeries, coffee shops and more...”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Midden-Oosters restaurant
“Mayrig is a beautiful Armenian restaurant, great food and lovely terrace. More upscale for the prices but totally worth it. ”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Midden-Oosters restaurant
“An amazing mixed marrocan lebanese food restaurant. Attract cool locals who likes to eat and dance on the weekend on arabic music. Quiet calm during the week.”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Midden-Oosters restaurant
“Amazing lebanese food and Marocan. Great for diners over weekend as people do dance there on arabic tunes as of 11:00 pm (Friday and Saturday). Quite crowded on Fridays and hard to get a reservation but walk-ins are allowed. ”
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Delicious and special food ! A must try if you are in town, however the price per person is high (average: 70$/person including alcohol) I promise you that you never have tasted something like that before. ”
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Italiaans restaurant
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Midden-Oosters restaurant
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Café
“Riwaq is a multi-faceted place whose identity transforms depending on time of day. During the day, you'll find cafe regulars, affordable home-style meals for lunch, and a cozy work atmosphere. There is also a crowd-sourced library downstairs and sometimes even yoga events. At night, you'll find drinks, alternative music, an intimate live stage for local and regional alternative live acts, spoken word poetry, movie nights and parties. ”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden

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