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Night Life

Lebanese Night Life

 

Come and be part of the unique cultural vibe that is the Beirut night scene. The city’s winding nooks and crannies come alive at night with music and energy that spill over and blend the pedestrian neighborhoods and streets into one big cosmopolitan celebration. Hamra, Mar Mikhael, Little Armenia, Gemmayze, Achrafieh and Badaro welcome you in their casual bars, cultured restaurants, and trendy cafés for a memorable night out on the town.

 

Whether it’s a chill, laid-back mood you’re in or a more chic and trendy atmosphere you’re looking for, Beirut has it all in store for you.

 

And the revelry is not restricted to Beirut; our love for merriment and joie de vivre will overwhelm your senses whether you travel north or south.  Be sure to check out at least one sizzling summer beach party. The infectious vibrant energy will surely keep you coming back for more.  

 

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