Top recommendations from localsFrom sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
“Beirut’s traditional Gemmayze quarter is witnessing a hospitality renaissance. A quick walk (or a slow drive) down the newly-paved Rue Gouraud and its less populated cousin, the lower and parallel Rue Pasteur, reveals a changing landscape of restaurants and coffee shops, design and art spaces, modern boutiques, and offices—almost all of them new faces, save for a handful of Beirut institutions. Named after the lush gemmayze (sycamore) trees that once flourished there, the charming streets are lined with the traditional, low-rise architecture that now serves these new establishments.”
- 11 locals recommend
“Very nice terrace with great international cuisine, mainly for breakfast and brunches”
- 3 locals recommend
Fish & Chip Shop
“Fish lover ! This is the place to be. Bit expensive but you will enjoy fresh fish bought from The Scandinavian countries. Expect Fresh fish... ”
- 1 local recommends