Spotted by Najib over at Blog Baladi, there’s a new pop-up restaurant concept in town called, “The Junkyard.”
The restaurant is hidden away on a side street in Mar Mikhael and looks like a cross between a thrift store and a hipster’s makeshift patio. It’s adorable.
Pop-up shops have been gaining popularity in Beirut. We’ve seen, for instance, the Beirut Loves pop-up shop series featuring products from various world capitals. There’s also the Inaash pop-up shop with sales going toward Palestinian refugees.
The Junkyard’s menu changes daily and the average bill runs at about $40 per person. For more info, click here.
(Photo by Anthony Rahayel of the No Garlic No Onions blog.