The Very Best Local Restaurants in Beirut

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Beirut locals are eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional Lebanese kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in Beirut, you’re in safe, expert hands.

El Paseo – Salud!

El Paseo – Salud!

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“El Paseo” in Beirut does perfect sangrias, and all their Spanish food is authentic and tasty. Make sure you check out the happy hour from 5 to 8!

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Joe Peña’s – Amor a la Mexicana

Joe Peña’s – Amor a la Mexicana

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“Joe Peña’s” in Mar Mkhael, Beirut is an excellent Mexican restaurant. Their famous margarita is a must, and the guacamole is an experience on its own.

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Kissproof – Brunch destination

Kissproof – Brunch destination

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“Kissproof” in Beirut is one of my top picks for Saturday brunch topped by a hearty Bloody Mary to satisfy absolutely every one of my cravings!

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L’AVO – Everything avocado

L’AVO – Everything avocado

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“L’AVO” in Beirut has taken avocado up to 11. One of my favorites there is the beetroot hummus on toast topped with avo slices. Simply heavenly & colorful!

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Liza – A fancy dining spot

Liza – A fancy dining spot

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“Liza” in Beirut in the 19th-century palace is the place to go if you want to dine luxuriously with a menu and presentation that are ‘lavishly perfect’…

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