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Al Bohsali The well-known sweet shop, Al Bohsali first opened in 1870 in Mar­tyrs’ Square by Saaddine Al Bohsali, along with his fa­ther Salim. The sweet shop has stood in Riad El Solh Square for 40 years, and is run by Amer M. Al Bohsali, serv­ing a wide se­lec­tion of Ara­bic sweets. It’s the per­fect place to re­fuel on Ara­bic cof­fee and cakes. 01 980211 - 03 898298 Riad el Sohl Square, Down­town Beirut

Ashghalouna Af­ter brows­ing the ar­ti­sanal em­broi­dery pieces for sale made by the work­force of wid­ows, sa­vor a home­made, Le­banese lunch of epic pro­por­tions. The villa’s pièce de ré­sis­tance oc­curs each Fri­day in the form of a buf­fet con­sist­ing of the finest Le­banese cui­sine. 01 366 758 - 01 366758 Faris Nemr Street, Zarif Beirut.

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