Back to Beirut

Anthony Bourdain returns to Lebanon to film the show he was meant to do in 2006, when he was stuck in the middle of an intense conflict, causing him to cut the trip short.

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Dragonfly Bar

Anthony Bourdain begins the night in this hip bar in the Gemayze neighborhood.

Gouraud St., Gemayze, Beirut

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Frank Hot Dogs

The first stop in Anthony Bourdain's post-drinking food crawl.

Gouraud St, Gemayze, Beirut

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M. Sahyoun Falafel

Part of a post-drinking food crawl, M. Sahyoun is considered to have Beirut's best falafel.

Rue De Damas, Beirut

 
See & Do
Massaya Vineyard

For centuries, Lebanon has been highly acclaimed for its prized Bekaa Valley wines. Anthony Bourdain has a tour and does a wine-tasting.

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Al Rayess Dairy

Anthony Bourdain stops for a bite at Al Rayess en route to Baalbek.

Damascus Highway Rd., Chtaura, Lebanon

 
See & Do
Fern Al Zahraa

Baalbek is famous for its butcher shops/bakery combinations. Great places to buy your meat and have it cooked into a lamb pie while you wait.

Damascus Highway Rd., Baalbek, Lebanon

 

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