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Dining

Abdel Wahab

51 Abdel Wahab El Inglizi Str, Monot, Beirut, Lebanon

Abdel Wahab is a gourmet Lebanese experience year-round. Lebanese food doesn’t come much better than this, and it won’t break the bank. Take your pick from the extensive, mouthwatering menu of mezze, and the grills too are top-quality. Make sure you book.

Tel: +961 1 20 05 50

Al Falamanki

Damascus Rd, Sodeco, Beirut, Lebanon

Al Falamanki has a traditional Lebanese village house décor; from the narguileh garden, backgammon and card players can be seen from every corner. There are few places that provide this ideal combination of a buzzing ambience and good mezze. Its popularity – combined with comfortable tables and cosy couches – means it's packed on most nights.

Tel: +961 1 32 34 56

Metropole Brasserie

24 Park Ave, Minet el Hosn, Beirut, Lebanon

Located in downtown Beirut, Métropole, is a relaxed upscale brasserie, serving French, American and Italian classics. It also features a raw seafood bar and an extensive wine list. Ample seating both inside and on the terrace makes for a great lunch or dinner dining spot.<br><br>

Tel: +961 1 99 99 38

The Gathering

Pasteur Str, Gemmayzeh, Beirut, Lebanon

The Gathering is a collection of three different restaurants, each located in traditional Lebanese homes with a shared courtyard. One serves Americanized meat dishes; the second is a wine bar with cheese platters and over 500 varieties of local and foreign wine. The third offers Italian cuisine. The doors of each open onto a shared outdoor terrace open all year long. They do not accept reservations: first come, first served.

Tel: +961 1 56 61 96

Kampai

Rafic Salloum Str, Minet el Hosn, Beirut, Lebanon

Kampaï is a bright, well-organized space, set around an open kitchen busy with black-clad chefs. The staff are polite and efficient, and if you’re careful the bill can be a lot less than you might expect. This is fun, luscious Asian fusion food for grown-ups, by a kitchen that knows what it’s doing.

Tel: +961 1 99 90 93

Bar Tartine

Armenia Str, Mar Mikhael, Beirut, Lebanon

Bar Tartine and its adjoining Tartine Bakery form part of the new village-style courtyard of three restaurants in Mar Mikhael. Bar Tartine offers a more casual menu and wine by the glass. There is a no-reservation policy, so it’s first come, first served.

Tel: +961 1 44 51 51

Nightlife

O1NE

Biel, Beirut, Lebanon

A new feat of engineering, art and clubbing, the O1NE is an indoor winter venue that has been dubbed ‘The Experiment’ by the team driving it. It is a 17-metre-high cylindrical building with the world’s largest privately-owned graffiti wall that envelopes the whole building. The interior has an impressive 360 degrees of projection mapping to screens. And if that doesn’t impress you, then the center catwalk, which doubles as a performance area for artists to strut their stuff on, all boosted by a state-of-the-art sound system, should. (Open winter months only)

Tel: +961 70 93 91 91

MAD

Nahr el Mot, Dora Seaside, Beirut, Lebanon

Their motto is “We occupy the night; we party hard; we say sanity is overrated”. One of Beirut’s top spots, this indoor club opens during the winter months and is located beneath the outdoor venue White. Attracting a younger crowd, these clubbers dance beneath the LED-lit latticework on the ceiling, and LEDs that adorn the walls, while colored lasers span the room, turning the space incandescent. (Open winter months only)

Tel: +961 3 06 00 90

Central Station

Armenia Str, Mar Mikhael, Beirut Lebanon

A cocktail bar with an international twist reminiscent of a traditional steam train carriage, a long bar runs the length of the back wall. Space may be at a premium in the narrow interior, but an intimate setting makes for a first-class atmosphere. Wrought-iron carriage wheels adorn the ceiling and soft lights illuminate a backdrop of old stone archways behind the bar.

Tel: +961 71 73 67 37

Stereo Kitchen

Al Arz Street, Gemmayzeh, Beirut, Lebanon

Situated on the rooftop of an office building, Stereo Kitchen’s transparent open plan is designed to cater to fine dining during the week and a more clubbing setup on weekends. The indoor space consists of a circular glass pavilion, overlooking a 360-degree panoramic terrace. The space is designed to eliminate visual obstructions and allow for maximum transparency. Similarly, the custom-made ceiling creates an unobtrusive system that houses the lighting, climate control and sound systems.

Tel: +961 71 36 63 77

Momo at the Souk

Beirut Souks, Downtown, Beirut, Lebanon

On top of the jewelry souk in the Beirut Souks, Momo caters to a classy crowd, offering the perfect fusion between tradition and modernity in an Arabic Mediterranean city. The entrance is hidden away between the jewelry boutiques. A glass elevator transports you to an entrance hall to either the fine dining room or the bar. Split into two areas, the fine dining area serves up French Moroccan cuisine.

Tel: +961 1 99 97 67

Pacifico

Monot Street, Monot, Beirut, Lebanon

Nestled in the alleyway in Monot, Pacifico is one of the longest-running bars in Beirut since the 1990s. This Latino gastro bar serves up one of the most authentic of Latin cuisines in Beirut, with a menu that darts around the Caribbean rim, taking in Cuban, Mexican and Haitian influences.

Tel: +961 1 20 44 46

Shopping

Beirut Souks

Downtown Beirut, Beirut

The Beirut Souks, located in the Beirut Central District, has more than 200 shops and department stores, cafés and restaurants, and a multiplex cinema. Throughout the year, many events are held, from concerts to fashion shows and monthly art exhibitions.

Tel: +961 1 98 90 40

ABC Mall Achrafieh

Achrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon

ABC Mall Achrafieh is the largest shopping mall in Beirut. Whether you are shopping for gifts or for your personal wardrobe or home, all the leading brands can be found at this mall. If you are looking for entertainment, there is a seven-screen multiplex cinema and the Kidsville entertainment area, as well as several well-known restaurants, along with ample parking facilities.

Tel: +961 1 21 28 88

Hamra

Prior to 1975, Hamra Street was referred to as Beirut's "Champs Elysées" – an attractive tourist destination. Now, Hamra Street is again one of the main streets in Beirut, and has recently been revitalized, with many new upscale bars, cafés, restaurants and shops opening, and is a popular district for shopping, nightlife and cuisine.

Leisure

Beirut by Bike

Ain Mresseh, Seafront, Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut by Bike offers customers of all ages a wide selection of bicycles and tricycles, available to rent. We suggest biking along the Corniche, from Ain El Mreisseh to Raouché, a popular and scenic path for joggers and bikers alike. If cycling isn’t your thing, rent one of the Segways for a tour around the city.

Tel: +961 3 435524

Walk Beirut

Walk Beirut offers the city’s only guided walking tours in English. The intriguing tours uncover tales about the city’s rich history and troubled past in a story-based narrative. Roughly four hours long, tours run every Sunday and typically start between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Reserve your spot online by visiting <a href="http://www.bebeirut.org">www.bebeirut.orga>.