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Hamra Street

Beirut, Lebanon
4
11 reviews

Lots to do and a feeling different from anywhere else in Beirut, Hamra recently has suffered from gentrification and risen sighthound significantly in price, abandoning its original college neighborhood roots.

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  • 1
    0.16 mi

    Zaatar W Zeit

    0.16 mi from Hamra Street
    3.5
    2 reviews

    The Lebanese answer to a 24 hour diner, the food is good and comforting and great after a night on the town!

  • 2
    0.66 mi

    Classic burger joint

    0.66 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    3 reviews

    What's more rewarding after a hungry stomach than a mouthwatering classic homemade style cheeseburger? this place is my refuge! I swear, This ain't Fast Food!

  • 3
    0.73 mi

    People Downton

    0.73 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    1 review

    This is the place to go to see the Lebanese living the good life. The clientele here is glamorous and certainly know hows to enjoy live. They've also been through enough hard times to really believe in carpe diem. The food here is good -- a mix of pasta, salads, and upscale versions of local food but the real draw ...

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  • 4
    3.89 mi

    Abd El Wahab

    3.89 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    3 reviews

    A lovely upscale Lebanese restaurant. The decor is as stunning as the food.

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  • 5
    3.51 mi

    margherita pizzeria

    3.51 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    3 reviews

    The Best Italian Vibe you can get. from food to ambiance to interior. It may be a small restaurant, but one step behind the door immerses you with genuine Italian tradition. The Margherita Pizza is a must have, with delicious pasta with bacon and mushroom sauce, and an exquisite Tiramisu to end that perfect meal. Highly recommended.

  • 6
    4.57 mi

    Barbar

    4.57 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    2 reviews

    if you want to taste the lebanese food ..drive to alhamra where you can find the barbar restuarant there ..and enjoy the delicious sandwiches ever .

  • 7
    3.65 mi

    Le Chef

    3.65 mi from Hamra Street
    4.5
    2 reviews

    So, this joint is in all the guidebooks, but who cares? It's good, and it's cheap (and real live Lebanese people eat there too). It's a great little time capsule, with weird murals and paintings on the walls. Specials change every day, and you can get all kinds of home-cooking kinds of dishes, as well as simple stuff like boiled ...

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  • 8
    4.57 mi

    Tawlet

    4.57 mi from Hamra Street
    4.5
    2 reviews

    Fresh village cooking in a contemporary setting.

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  • 9
    3.48 mi

    Urbanista

    3.48 mi from Hamra Street
    4
    2 reviews

    you can spend a full day working in this urban style decor with your laptop since it offers free WiFi, and the friendly staff will be happy to serve you a mouthwatering burger at lunch, delicious desserts at snack time and light salads as dinner.

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  • 10
    3.88 mi

    Julia's

    3.88 mi from Hamra Street
    4
    2 reviews

    Set in a charming French Mandate period building, Julia's enjoys a decent reputation underpinned by its heavily French-influenced menu, though you'll find alot of international Fusion dishes too. Book a table on the patio when the weather is good.

  • 11
    3.71 mi

    Myu

    3.71 mi from Hamra Street
    3.5
    2 reviews

    One if the best places to visit form the pubs of the Gemmayze Street. I always run into artists, architects, businessmen, and feel nice class level of this resto/pub. It offers dinner but wouldn't recommend it due to the crowd, but I'd rather just go there and have a drink on the bar.

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  • 12
    2.14 mi

    Cap sur ville club

    2.14 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    1 review
  • 13
    3.28 mi

    Mayrig

    3.28 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    1 review

    Expensive but well worth it, Mayrig is a wonderful Armenian restaurant with excellent service and amazing food.

  • 14
    2.39 mi

    Tawlet

    2.39 mi from Hamra Street
    5
    1 review

    This is basically ground zero for Lebanon's artisanal and regional foods. The great thing about the country is that it's so tiny, it's feasible for kindly old grannies to trundle into Beirut once every couple of weeks and cook up an enormous lunch, then go home the same night. Tawlet serves a lunch that changes daily to focus on a ...

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  • 15
    2.77 mi

    Al Mandaloun Café

    2.77 mi from Hamra Street
    2.5
    2 reviews

    Expensive. Waiting to long for the order, even with a tonne of waiters.

  • 16
    3.8 mi

    Burger Bites

    3.8 mi from Hamra Street
    4
    1 review

    I had dinner here with friends at 1:00 am! and that's what's cool about it: it opens till 3:00 am. Fun concept of choosing mini burgers of different tastes and the side wave-fries are delicious.

  • 17
    3.96 mi

    Al Balad

    3.96 mi from Hamra Street
    4
    1 review

    This is a semi-fancy restaurant in the downtown area, just off Place d'Etoile. It has some nice sidewalk seating, and prices are pretty reasonable. I was exceptionally excited about it because the menu is a bit broader and has some dishes you don't see very often in restaurants--eggplant fatteh, for instance. And the guys next to me were eating some ...

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  • 18
    4.48 mi

    Osaka

    4.48 mi from Hamra Street
    4
    1 review

    Osaka has a wide range of sushi and sashimi and the crispy salads (tuna or salmon) come highly recommended. Popular for business lunches, but would work well at any time as it's fairly casual.

  • 19
    4.84 mi

    Casablanca Restaurant

    4.84 mi from Hamra Street
    3
    2 reviews

    Charming old building with views over the Corniche. Best for Sunday brunch.

  • 20
    4.57 mi

    Iris Beirut

    4.57 mi from Hamra Street
    3
    1 review

    More of a nightclub than a restaurant but the place to come and see Beirut's fabulous, younget set at play (it made me feel about 105). Some ok seafood dishes. Preferred the Lebanese dishes. Arrive late and party all night.

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