Sat 21 Jul
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Badaro strikes again! No cars. No hassle. Just fun.
Celebrate In Good Spirit! Take Badaro street. Take out the cars. Fill it with good stuff. That is your June 7th, 2015. Badaro street has been a regular guest on the "it list" of Lebanon's fun activities. From Christmas markets to exciting new restaurant openings (Armenian Onno anyone?), it is no surprise that the street is once again making the headlines with a car-free day dedicated to all things fun. In Lebanese jargon, this means arts and crafts, music, drinks and of course... lots and lots of food. Case in point: the delicious delicacies of Souk al tayyeb, which will be showcased throughout the day (if you happen to miss it, catch it every Saturday at Beirut Souks or visit one of its Tawlet restaurants around Lebanon). Grab a homemade lemon cake and sway to the sounds of Audio Kultur as they give you their crowd-pumping beats. When the summer sun finally gets the better of you, you will be ready for the many many cocktails offered by the many many bars open on that day, such as Dany's or Wadih Kassatly. Even children will have their fix with arts and crafts kiosks to keep the entire family entertained from 11:00 to 2:00pm.
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