This place is the place to see and be seen. Hate to sound cliche' but it's true. On the top of a business building, this lounge is exclusive only for the well dressed. Sushi, bottle service and live music. On our trip, we happened to meet some locals in Beirut who spread the word. Very expensive. Live music on the weekends and maybe other nights- not sure.
Dress Code: Smart casual, sexy, dress to impress.
Rooftop bars and underground clubs have been the craze for the witted clubers with a penchant for bar hopping. Saifi’s Basement nightclub has come up with its humorous slogan “It’s safer underground” as women and men took stage dancing on tables to the rhythmic beats of house and electronic music. While bars like White, the Sky bar and bubbles, which are only open during summer season, perch high atop the An-Nahar building, Bubbles on the roof of the Palm beach hotel in Ain Al-Mreisseh enforce strict dress codes and attract long queues of would be party-goers.
The Lebanese like to have fun” explained Sky Bar manager Wadih Khoury. They cannot stay home and just wait for the bombing to stop … We must live and enjoy ourselves.” shouting among a crowd of 3000 people over the weekend.
Dress Code: Clean Cut, Sport/Chic
after flying from new york to london to beirut,landing 9 pm at night getting settled in my hotel,my girl picks me up woth friends at 1 am and drive 1 hour north of beriut to go to this club,college age crowd,blasting defening music,with everyone haveing a great time,middle eastern pumping music
Dress Code: no shorts but cool casual
The main nightlife in Lebanon be you young or old, is eating. Eating here is not just something you have to do to survive, it's an event. whether it's outside or in the confides of their own homes the lebanese turn eating into a mass social activity.
Restaurants and cafe's are full at night, and everyone is on show. This isn't just a thing for adolescents, you see kids from the age of 1 and at the other end of the scale people 80 yrs old all out to have a good time.
Everything here is family based so whether you're on the corniche, downtown or in byblos... have a look at my other pages for specific information on where to go.
Dress Code: dress up for dinner, by that i don't mean you have to wear a suit, just make sure you are presentable, whether that be smart or fashionable, you are on show here
There are plenty of bars and clubs in monot st open til the wee hours of the morning. Most people head down there after eating dinner in downtown.
People are very friendly and the area is buzzing with a great atmosphere
Dress Code: Some of the clubs require smart dress
Hi… I am lebanese… I know my country very well… to be honest, although I’ve been to many countries, I believe that Lebanon is the best country ever especially in its nightlife… Here, a whole new concept of clubbing is introduced here… unlike other countries where there is a dance floor and no tables and chairs, here in Lebanon, all nightclubs are table and chair based… the dance floor here are the tables and chairs… it all starts with a lounge music till 11, then cool 90s songs till 12… and when all the people are starting to get wasted, the party begins… all the latest music starts to play and people go wild till 4 and then the afterclubs are the places to go… Here if any old music is played, it means that the club has run out of fashion… also, here in Lebanon fashion is a must… if you are wearing any shirt with a regular jeans, you might have some difficulty going in… Here reservation is a must… The price on a table ranges between 90$ and 120$ per bottle among 4 or 5 person… while if you want to sit just on the bar, you should arrive at 8 to find a place to sit… and the drink is about 10$... the Lebanese scene is a must… the most popular nightclubs here are Crystal ( where a huge 3300$ champagne can be ordered and the music stops and all the focus is on the champagne with small fireworks waiting till it reaches the table that ordered it), Buddha bar (the world wide known Paris chain), Element ( a cool place where at 12 a screen comes down and shows a 30 min concert of some band or DJ), Cassino ( a classy arabic nightclub), B018 ( the world wide known open roofed nightclub ), L-bar ( a younger lively crowd),… If you need any help or more informations about anything in Lebanon don’t hesitate to call…
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MANY INTERNATIONAL BANDS AND SINGERS AND PLAYS ARE PLAYED THERE
Dress Code: Thursday 7th , Friday 8th and Saturday July 9th 2005
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Beirut has a busy social scene at night. We partied until 0700, along with everybody else.
Most nights started out somewhere mellow, then progressed to a mainstream top 40 hits bar with dancing on all available surfaces, last stop were tachno clubs where people pack in like sardines and dance till the beat stops, or its time for work.
Compulsory brekkie prior to retiring for shuteye is necessary to avoid waking up with hunger pangs around midmorning.
Dress Code: Casual dressy - I wore jeans sometimes, but with evening-type tops and heels.
Guys dress up too, didn't see a teeshirt in the house.
If you like to go crazy all night long untill the morning well beirut is the city that does not sleep. You can definitely enjoy all the attractions that beirut offers dancing clubs, restaurants, Casino, etc.. all you can find there!!!
Dress Code: It depends on the place you like to go normally you should follow the last fashion to feel more confortable among the others. In the Casino tie required. In Lebanon Genreally the dress vary from the two extremes, that is nice.
Lebanon provides a wide range of clubs and pubs that suits everybody's taste.
From hip hop to arabic music to alternative to Exotic atmosphere, different clubs for all tastes and with the most exquisite decorations and designs, u are never fed up of clubbing in beirut!!!
From monot street to downtwon to kaslil and Dbayeh a over u find a chain of clubs to satisfy ur appetite and to relieve stress!!
Dress Code: Wear whatever you want !!!
Lebanon is filled with night spots,,wether it`s a night club,,a dancing show or just sitting at a cafe smoking Nargil.......Most night attractions are in Beirut and Junieh.....and in summers there are Alayeh and Burmannah mountains.
As Beirut is coming out of the war, Beirut's inhabitants are coming out of their homes - and they are heading for the al-Aswaq area - or else downtown. This area was the first one to be renovated - and it's now lined wit expensive boutiques, bars, pubs, restaurants, clubs. Everyone seem to meet there at night to enjoy a chat, a dinner, a few drinks, a nargileh. It's buzzing!
Dress Code: Lebanese people dress up smartly when they go out, so try to do the same. And don't worry about dress codes: miniskirts are quite popular in this area.
Beirut is known as a party city, and it sure deserves its fame, infact it is simply full of night clubs, discos, pubs, bars and whatever you may look for, the place I would reccomend is the bar, restaurant, dancing hall, on the lighthouse, it is these things all together, you can eat, drink, smoke pipe, dance or relax on the beach while a cool local band plays arab and western songs.
Dress Code: Whatever.
What used to be Atlantis(with live piranhas and baby crocodiles inside the tables protected by a glass block, serving as a dance podium by va va voom Lebanese girls).
Now Le Nabab with haughty servers, a packed crowd, beautiful people and a manic energy.
Dress Code: Definitely go Lebanese on this. Smart casual wear. Would probably be denied entry otherwise
The night for making a visit to this place is much better from the day time,
Because to simply the sun will disturb you to have a look from up there,
So do what we did, we went at the sunset and stayed there till the evening!
This is the best time.
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