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Neighbourhood
“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
Restaurant
“Very nice terrace with great international cuisine, mainly for breakfast and brunches”
  • 3 locals recommend
Night Club
Fish & Chip Shop
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“Fish lover ! This is the place to be. Bit expensive but you will enjoy fresh fish bought from The Scandinavian countries. Expect Fresh fish... ”
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Restaurant
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Shopping Centre
Gas Station
Furniture / Home Store
  • 1 local recommends

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Restaurant
“Very nice terrace with great international cuisine, mainly for breakfast and brunches”
  • 3 locals recommend
Night Club
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
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends

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