Here are some amazing restaurants with heavenly views and delicious food to boot!

1. La Creperie


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La Creperie, one of Lebanon’s authentic and most beautiful restaurants, first opened its doors in Jounieh in 1968. Recently renovated, the 18th century Ottoman house offers an unmatched and breathtaking view across Jounieh bay and is the perfect place to go to for formal family gatherings, romantic dinners, and fancy dates.


2. Lola


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Hidden in the stunning Naas area, and nestled in the hills of Bikfaya is the quiet and romantic restaurant Lola whose specialty dishes vary from Foie Gras, Grenouilles, and Escargot to Cote Grill, Filet de Boeuf, and Fondue. Great food notwithstanding, one of the main reasons to dine at Lola is the magical setting. The sprawling outdoor terrace with plush and comfortable seating runs over two levels, and offers stunningly picturesque views of the small towns and villages below.


3. Pierre and Friends


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Located along a stretch of sand in Batroun, Pierre and Friends is a restaurant, pub, sailing club, and beach spot all in one. Ranked among the best beach bars to try before you die, P&F is famous for its laid-back atmosphere, feel-good vibes, tasty seafood, crazy parties, and last but not least the gorgeous view from the beach terrace at sunset best enjoyed with a bottle of ice cold beer.


4. Tawlet Ammiq


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Tawlet Ammiq is the set in the fertile Western Beqaa Valley bordering the Ammiq wetlands and is an eco-friendly Lebanese restaurant that gives local producers the opportunity to showcase their traditions, crops, and techniques. Visit during the weekend and enjoy a generous buffet piled high with delicacies while you sip on wine and take in the sweeping views of the valley.


5. Stereo Kitchen


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Situated on the rooftop of an office building in Gemeyze, Stereo Kitchen is a versatile entertainment venue as well as restaurant and bar. Designed by Paul Kaloustian architects, the restaurant bar features a transparent glass pavilion and a 360-degree panoramic terrace that offers unparalleled views of both the city and the Mediterranean Sea. Head there on weekdays for fine dining, because weekends at Stereo Kitchen = party time.

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