The third edi­tion of the Beirut Restau­rants Fes­ti­val

Septem­ber 28 – 30, 2018 Train­sta­tion, Mar Mikhael

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The Beirut Restau­rants Fes­ti­val is re­turn­ing to the cap­i­tal for its third edi­tion cel­e­brat­ing the city’s vi­brant food scene. The event is set to host more than 50 of the best restau­rants, cafés, pas­try shops and bars at Mar Mikhael’s iconic Train­sta­tion Or­ga­nized by the Lebanese Syndicate of Own­ers of Restau­rants, Cafés, Night­club and Pas­tries, in part­ner­ship with Hos­pi­tal­ity Ser­vices and with the sup­port of the Min­istry of Tourism, vis­i­tors to the fes­ti­val can en­joy tasty dishes and col­or­ful drinks from a wide se­lec­tion of stands, serv­ing ev­ery­thing from Lebanese and Ital­ian cui­sine to Ja­panese fa­vorites. Con­firmed par­tic­i­pants to date in­clude Al Fala­manki, Batchig, Boubouffe, Clas­sic Burger Joint, Chili’s, Couq­ley, Deek Duke, El Estez, Far Eats, Fred Bistro, Frolly’s, L’OS en Ville, M.A.G., Main Street, Man­gia, Mathieu, P.F. Changs, Re­fined Ex­otic Burger, Ri­cardo’s, Road­ster Diner, Smushkies, Shogun, Sushirrito, The Bros and Via Roma. “Last year we wel­comed over 15,000 vis­i­tors and we are look­ing for­ward to an even big­ger turnout this year,” said Tony Ramy, pres­i­dent of the Syndicate of Own­ers of Restau­rants, Cafés, Night­club and Pas­tries in Le­banon. “In ad­di­tion to the wide se­lec­tion of restau­rants and bev­er­age stands, there is a fan­tas­tic pro­gram of live mu­sic and a kids’ area with ac­tiv­i­ties for the lit­tle ones. It re­ally is a great event for all ages.” The fes­ti­val is known for its rich mu­si­cal pro­gram and this year is no ex­cep­tion. One of the coun­try’s most pop­u­lar bands, Arn­abeat, will be tak­ing to the stage for a night of ori­en­tal and western fu­sion rock, while singers Marc Hatem, Joy Fayad and An­drea Bou Nehme will en­ter­tain the crowd with their solo per­for­mances. There will also be sets by tal­ented DJS and even a fla­menco show with Clara dur­ing the three-day event. “The Train­sta­tion is one of Beirut’s most im­por­tant his­toric gems and host­ing the fes­ti­val there means vis­i­tors can en­joy its unique am­bi­ence dur­ing the day and night.” said Joumana Dam­mous-salame, manag­ing direc­tor of Hos­pi­tal­ity Ser­vices. “We are thrilled to be back again this year and look for­ward to bring­ing the tasti­est fla­vors in town to this in­cred­i­ble venue.”

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