The world-famous Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli opened a new Cavalli Caffè in Beirut on January 4.
The lavish venue has an interior complete with the 72-year-old Florentine designer’s signature animal-prints and RCC monogram. It is located near the Beirut Souks, the business district and the Lebanese capital’s famous nightlife area next to the Mediterranean Sea.
The Cavalli Caffè will offer a selection of Italian cuisine from mornings to evenings and aims to attract “the most important clients of the elite Lebanese society,” according to a statement from the designer. A dinner with starters and drinks will cost about $50 per person, writes the Daily Star.
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“My desire was to transmit my deep passion for beauty and sensuality…I believe Beirut will rapidly become a big fan of Cavalli Caffè”, said Roberto Cavalli.
The café also houses a shop selling a range of imported Italian products, including chocolate, wine and grappa.
The Roberto Cavalli Group already operates a Cavalli Club in Dubai and plans to continue its expansion in the Middle East with upcoming openings of Cavalli Caffè in Kuwait City and Doha.
Cavalli Caffè Beirut
Address: Beirut Central District, 24 Park Avenue, Karagulla Building
Tel. 01/ 999 334 and 03/006311
Opening Hours: 09:00 AM – 1:00 AM