Where to eat

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A trip to Jbeil isn’t com­plete with­out a seafood lunch on a sunny ter­race. Pepe’s By­b­los Fish­ing Club (09 540213) is fa­mous for its her­itage. The walls are lined with pho­to­graphs of the Hol­ly­wood glit­terati who used to make up its clien­tele. Bab El Mina (09 540475, ba­belmina.com) is an­other renowned sea-fron­ter in the port, with great seafood and fish. Adonai Le Pe­tit Libanais (70 236778), lo­cated in the souk, is the place to eat a tra­di­tional lunch, with meals served in clay pot­tery. You can also take a lunch stop at écafé Jbeil (09 542224) in Eddé Yard, which of­fers a mod­ern in­ter­na­tional menu and great cock­tails.

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