A weekend in Beirut

On October 11 and 12, 2017, we flew to Beirut for our trunkshow in Sylvie Saliba’s shop.
The opportunity for us to give our addresses for a dream weekend !

Upon your arrival on Friday evening, discover the local culture at the Casablanca restaurant. Located in a white and blue Beirutine house, it offers a magnificent view on the sea and delivers a fish-based cuisine, it’s a delight!

Casablanca Dar el Mreisseh Street, Ain el Mreisseh Qaddoura

For the traditional Saturday shopping, head to Sylvie Saliba’s shop on Avenue Charles Malek : you'll find our Stone Paris jewelry in an elegant and rock atmosphere.

At lunchtime, find Madga, Sylvie's sister-in-law, in her restaurant Ginette. Sit on the terrace and enjoy its specialty, the chicken club sandwich restyled with the flavors of Lebanon.

Ginette, Convivium V Project, Gouraud Street

If you like fine linens, Zawal boutique is made for you!

It mixes at the same time delightful tablecloths, refined decoration and artisanal objects made in the purest Lebanese tradition.
The perfect opportunity to bring back a beautiful souvenir of this colorful stay!

Zawal, Mar Mikhael Street

At nightfall, it is in the district of Achrafieh in the restaurant Liza where you must meet.
In a modern and chic place decorated by Lebanese artists, you can taste the local specialities. Our favorite dish? Yoghurt with eggplant and tomatoes, served with a spicy bread.
The ideal place for a convivial dinner with friends.

Liza, Metropolitan Club, Doumani Street

Before you jump into the plane on Sunday, a visit to the Minerals Museum is required.
In the heart of Saint Joseph's University, discover the finest collection of mineralogy in the world. Since 1997, its founder Salim Eddé has collected about 1600 minerals of all kinds from all over the world, a pleasure for the eyes !
In the northern district of the city there is the Aïshti Foundation, a marvel of modernity which includes a museum of contemporary art, a shopping center, a spa, restaurants ...

Museum of Minerals, Saint Joseph University Innovation and Sport Campus
Aïshti Foundation, Seaside Road, Antelias

Our advice to discover Beirut?

Walk as much as possible ! The best way to get to know the city is to stroll around the different districts to soak up their culture and history.
But to get to the airport, you can always call an Uber!