Paname Bistro: New sophisticated yet casual twist in Beirut

September 28, 2012  

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September 2012 marked the opening of Paname Bistro in the centre of the Middle East’s cosmopolitan hotspot, Beirut.  With its name inspired by Parisians’ Panama hats from the early 1900s, Paname keeps a true French spirit through all of its offerings be it quality cuisine, refined service, amicable ambiance and great value for money.

Located in the middle of Gemmayzeh, amidst the city’s hustle and bustle, Paname’s interior feel is a delicate combination between contemporary and traditional designs in wood and old stone. Paname is only a few minutes away from the city’s business and banking district, a short walk from designer shops and boutiques and within close proximity to the city’s most popular night hotspots, making it the ideal location for business lunches, relaxing shopping breaks and cozy nights out.

Through meticulous design and direction, Paname will be adding a new sophisticated yet casual twist to Lebanon’s dining scene, serving the locals and tourists of this bustling city the finest of French cuisine.

Stay tuned on BeirutNightLife.com for a special food review of the new Bistro in town.

 

 

 

 

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