In the heart of Mar Mikhael, Beyt is more than just your local café. Every corner, nook, and cranny in Beyt is an unbelievably gorgeous picturesque set-up in a traditional Beirut home. From the various interiors to the lush garden, Beyt will leave you mesmerized with coffee in hand.
Starting as a humble roasting business in 2015, Kalei cafe came to life out of necessity when the founder and head roaster Dalia Jaffar realized she needed a proper-sized roaster. Today, it’s one of Beirut‘s most beloved coffeehouses and hang-out spots.
The High Llama is more than just an average café in Ashrafieh. It offers an elevated café experience to steal you away from the fast-paced hustle and bustle of life. A quick coffee run here won’t cut it. Take a seat and experience the magic whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
This small and cozy Mar Mikhael café is all about boosting your vibes and energy. Its self-described mission is to “infuse people with a sense of well-being and the contentment of being present in the moment.” We dig that!
Surviving the Beirut blast, unlike its iconic Gemmayze branch, Em-Nazih’s Hamra spot continues to welcome people with the warmest vibes for breakfast, lunch, and diner – and coffee is always on the menu.
Booklovers, this one is for you! What better than a place that values books, coffee, and wine? Aaliya’s Books is a literal bookshop infused with a café/bar that will allow you to slow down time and indulge in fine literature.
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