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13C Wine & Spirits

A sommelier, a winemaker and a wine trader joined forces to create this restaurant, bar and beautiful, sleek wine and spirits shop in Amman.
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Cave Bar

Cave Bar is referred to as the oldest bar in the world and occupies a 2,000-year-old Nabatean rock tomb, making it a fun dinner spot.
Aerial View - Dead Sea Panoramic Complex, Jordan

Dead Sea Panoramic Complex

Opened by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, the Dead Sea Panoramic Complex commands some of the most spectacular views in Jordan. It also boasts a very good restaurant (run by the Evason Ma’in hotel) and a small museum dedicated to the Dead Sea. The restaurant’s best tables, when the weather is not too hot, are out on the terrace. In addition to its exhibits on ecology, geology and conservation, the museum features displays on the area’s residents, their civilizations and cultures and a fine gift shop. The complex is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; the restaurant is open from noon to midnight.

Fakhreldin Restaurant

Originally built and owned by one of the prime ministers of Jordan, Fakhreldin Restaurant in Amman serves acclaimed Levantine Lebanese cuisine.
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Habibah Sweets

A family-run sweet shop founded in 1951, Habibah serves the oldest and best kunafah, a traditional Middle Eastern dessert, in Amman.
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Haret Jdoudna

Built in the early 20th century as a residence for Ibrahim Jumean, a former mayor of Madaba, Haret Jdoudna is now a lovely restaurant that serves some of the best Middle Eastern food in Jordan. Jordan’s first king Abdullah I was a frequent guest in the house, which now contains a series of dining rooms and flower-filled courtyards as well as a coffee house and boutique that sells handicrafts from around the country. Conveniently located only a short walk from Madaba’s greatest attraction, the famous church that contains the earliest mosaic map of the Holy Land, the restaurant attracts busloads of tourists daily but thanks to its “village-like” layout of smaller rooms, terraces and courtyards, dining here still feels intimate. Reservations recommended.

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Food at Lebanese House, Jordan

Lebanese House

One of the oldest restaurants in Jordan, Lebanese House is the best place for a meal or refreshment for those visiting the Roman ruins of Jerash. Founded in 1977 by Antwanait Rami, a Lebanese native, the restaurant has hosted numerous visiting dignitaries, and though it often serves busloads of tourists, the food is excellent.

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Oasis Restaurant

The Oasis Restaurant is a nice lunch venue to stop at upon arrival at Wadi Rum before embarking on your desert tour.
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The best and nicest option for dinner at Kempinski Ishtar Dead Sea, Rehan serves authentic Lebanese cuisine under a Lebanese chef.
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The Sumerian Terrace and Bar Lounge

The Sumerian Terrace and Bar Lounge is a perfect location to watch the sun set before dinner while enjoying wines, aperitifs, tea or coffee.
Food at Wild Jordan, Jordan

Wild Jordan

One of the nicest places for lunch in Amman is the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature’s Wild Jordan Café. The contemporary structure has terraces and glass-walled dining rooms with views over the old city. The healthy menu features salads, sandwiches, wraps and smoothies and some of its products come from RSCN community projects.

Tip: Leave time for shopping in the well-curated gift shop near the entrance.

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