Rosé sets the benchmark for fine entertainment and dining.

Situated in the heart of Beirut on Rue Pasteur, one of the city’s most upscale districts, Rosé offers the very best in international cuisine. The restaurant resides in a magnificently restored building dating back to the early 1900s, allowing diners to enjoy delectable food while admiring the truly unique and beautiful décor.

The lovely interior is accentuated by the VIP private dining room, which was designed by internationally renowned designer, Zuhair Murad. Overlooking the restaurant’s lushly landscaped garden, the room is like a breath of fresh air and serves as the perfect setting for an inviting meal.

Rosé is not just a restaurant, but a dining experience. It is a mix of incomparable cuisine and entertainment, providing the best of both worlds. The venue is actually a combination of three elements: an indoor restaurant, a lively bar and a charming lounge terrace... all embedded in amazing atmosphere with piano bar and live entertainment.

With its distinctly elegant design and continuously evolving menu, Rosé's atmosphere is at once classy yet casual, relaxed yet lively, and intimate yet vibrant, making it a true inspiration for all the senses.

  • Operating Hours:
    Monday to Saturday from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
  • Reservation Recommended

  • Cuisine:
    French, Italian, Lebanese, Spanish

  • Average Price:
    $20 and above
 
Rosé

Addresses and Contacts

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    Pasteur Street Gemmayzeh Tel.: +9611568567
    Tel.: +9611567568

     
 

Articles & Media

Profile Pictures 10 photos
Rose Hosts Migrant Workers; Bans... Stuff We Love on Jan 16, 2013
 

Past Events

New Year's eve at Rosé Party (New Year)
 

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Everything we had was badly prepared. Chicken balls were greasy, the beef filet was defrosted and the plate was filled with water. Tiger shrimp risotto had 2 prawns and rice was bland. Very under-par

Randa Kabrit on Mar 25, 2013 via foursquare
 
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A unique experience. The food is delicious. One of the best in town.

BeirutNightLife.com on Sep 17, 2011 via foursquare
 
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Try the veal jarret. A signature dish. Also, the coffee and cream desert.....wawwwww

Karim C. on Nov 10, 2010 via foursquare
 
 

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