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Amazing lebanese food and Marocan. Great for diners over weekend as people do dance there on arabic tunes as of 11:00 pm (Friday and Saturday). Quite crowded on Fridays and hard to get a reservation but walk-ins are allowed.
“An amazing mixed marrocan lebanese food restaurant. Attract cool locals who likes to eat and dance on the weekend on arabic music. Quiet calm during the week.”
Point of Interest
“Here sit many buses that can take you to Tripoli and Byblos and the northern area by the shore and not up the mountain. But it's primarily for locals wouldn't drop you in touristic areas, it would drop you off in the area itself, again better have your own driver there.”
“Martyrs' Monument is a monument by Italian sculptor Marino Mazzacurati on Martyrs' Square in the heart of downtown Beirut, Lebanon. It was inaugurated in 1960. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ”
“A charming cafe in a traditional Lebanese house. Food is local simple and delicious. Laid back with a bookstore and library in the back.”