Bliss Juices & Ice Cream
Bliss Juices and Ice Cream came about as the perfect extension to Manakeesh Cafe to complete our version of Little Beirut.
We cater all of your special events! We can host or deliver.
Come and enjoy the sunlight in our well-lit dining areas!
Drew Lazor of the Daily News makes baklava with us: "The baklava, however, seems to garner the most attention. The Lebanese version relies on a soak in sugar syrup in lieu of the honey used more readily by the Greeks." ... Read the full article
Founded in early 2011, Manakeesh Cafe Bakery has quickly become a staple in the University City and West Philadelphia communities.
Located on the corner of 45th and Walnut Streets in a renovated historic former bank, Manakeesh offers a Lebanese fusion, providing a distinct Lebanese twist to many American favorites, while introducing a distinct cultural flavor to the neighborhood.
The cafe is the brainchild of a passionate owner who longs for the vibrant atmosphere of Downtown Beirut here in Philadelphia. The name is inspired by the Manakeesh, a Lebanese flatbread sandwich traditionally baked in an open flame oven and cranked out early in the morning in time for breakfast.
In addition to the Manakeesh, which are served here with over 20 different toppings, the selection includes wraps, platters, appetizers, and a wide array of beverage options (Non-Alcoholic of course).
Want to make some of our famous baklava? Come learn from our head Pastry Chef, Fouad Aoudia. Perfect for a bonding activity with friends or a date night with that special someone!
Our classes have been attended by dozens and featured in the DAILY NEWS!
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We now offer a full menu of options for catering, including drinks, entrees, sides and dessert. From large weddings to office lunches, we've got you covered! You can check out catering options here. All catering requests MUST go through our contact page.
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Friday Friday June 14, 2013
"The baklava, however, seems to garner the most attention. The Lebanese version relies on a soak in sugar syrup in lieu of the honey used more readily by the Greeks."
Friday November 16, 2012
"The best part, though, was the lavish bread used to hold the ingredients. Durable and hearty, yet easily torn, the bread tasted freshly baked and really brought the wrap together."