Beyt Amir: an escapade to the beautiful old Beirut

The charming city often hides in the least expected places gems that leave you astonished. How many times have I walked down that street in Clemenceau but never did I pay attention to what is now “Beyt Amir”. Not surprised though from the gem seekers behind Motto, Makan and Zawarib to find us that precious […]Read more

East village: New York? no this is Beirut!

Discretely hidden behind glass doors, in the vibrant street of Badaro, with their reputation spreading all over social media of the mouth-watering photos of their plates, East village has everything to please. Dim lights, brick walls, wooden tables: an ambiance that transports you to Manhattan. The menuĀ is sophisticated as of an upscale restaurant yet chill […]Read more

Sushi Shinto: A”SOY” sweet dinner:)

Joud got it all right, the lovely owner of Sushi Shinto Hazmieh opened a new branch in Mar mkhayel, beautifully lit inside out. As a faithful to the first branch, it was a must to pass ans try the newly opened one. The experience is enhanced by the attention from all the staff, the relaxed […]Read more