How-oh-how does one describe Cargo? Well, for starters, it’s the kind of place you have been secretly wishing for, in the hopes of being able to let your hair down and have a yabba-dabba-doo time. It’s a bar where everybody will know your name and they will always be glad you came. It also won’t let you re-live the same night twice; instead you’ll get a different DJ every night, flirting with different genres, moods and vibes.
Wait, there’s more: there’s a small garden section, it’s a charming little corner where you can hope for a tête-à-tête with your significant other before your interminable flow of buddies remind you that quality time does not rhyme with Cargo. However, what does rhyme is fun, laughs, collective drinking games and good company.
The recipe is simple: good mood, good music, and amazing cocktails. Oh yes, let us tell you more about the cocktails!
They’re infused with the strangest, most delicious and invigorating of tastes. Now that’s happiness in a glass, right there. You don’t necessarily need a menu either, just put your trust in Elie Joseph Nicolas, aka the beard behind the bar and he will fix you up a real treat. As one of the top mixologists in Beirut, Nicolas sure knows his way around the bar. Whether you’re in the mood for sweet, sour or even a spiked liquid mix he’s the man you want to look for. Ask him to make a Perrier-based cocktail for the fun of it. Enjoy!
The average number of grapes it takes to make a bottle of wine is 600.