July 11, 2019 Mount Lebanon Lebanon Middle East

Cherrylane Opens in Hammana
Non-smokers friendly

Cherrylane forms part of the palatial estate where Alphonse de Lamartine, the eminent French poet, sojourned on his travels to Lebanon in 1832.

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Enthralled by the magic of Hammana, its mountains and its waterfalls, he wrote: "One of the most beautiful glimpses of God's creation ever to be bestowed upon human eyes is that of the valley of Hammana"

This town today is known for its exquisite cherries.

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Combining under one roof a coffee shop, restaurant & lounge, Cherrylane serves a tasteful mix of Italian and French cuisine. Offering breakfast, lunch & dinner, we welcome our guests from 8:00 AM till midnight.

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Managed by the group behind Tavolina and Slate, Cherrylane serves delicious food up the mountains. You have to try their escalope Milanaise, burger, spaghetti and unique pizza. Don't forget desserts, they are freshly made on premise daily.

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