Hip bar in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Badaro, Kissproof is your go-to place for chill-out music and a good beer.
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Cocktails cocktails cocktails and….more cocktails!
King of the Arabic nightlife scene
Sunsets can't be better
Bonavida is your sequel to a good life!
SAX is a total experience, hard to describe, easy to live.
We’re seriously, not that serious. We Are #DSCTK
Creative Cocktail Bar
Rooftop at its best
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The best underground Electronic Music Club in Beirut
Radio Beirut is the first radio café in the Middle East
Hip pub, great food, live music.
A place where you can share mouthwatering cocktails & snacks and get lucky!
Great food, great cocktails, new location
A Nightlife Venue... Like no Other!
Perfectly spotted in the the Smallville hotel!
Enjoy a night with Mexican ambiance
A community of restaurants and bars located in the heart of Dbayeh!
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Tropical party place in Beirut
Coffee and Shots with Internet 24/7 in Hamra
Fine Mexican food and cocktails in an institution of the Beirut Night-life.
Among the first to open in Gemmayzeh this watering-hole is the quintessential bar.
Cozy and Romantic place
27 is a reliable Badaro staple with a casual atmosphere, open taps and a musical twist.
Overlooking Beirut with a most spectacular view
A perfectly located resto-bar with such a cozy ambiance
Great place, drinks and music!
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A refined New York dining experience that raises the bar for dining in Badaro
Sunsets over Beirut don't get any better
If you can handle it ... Publicity is a day and night extreme pool festival experience for young, gorgeous, sexy and single party people.
What’s behind door number 2? A stairway to heavenly vibes, fresh cocktails, delicious food and great music. What are you waiting for? Come...
A staple in the bar scene of Beirut, Main street’s loyal following has followed this bar’s trajectory from Hamra to...
Charming bar with tiny balcony overlooks Makdisi Street