First-timers walk over to each table, size it up, look around from that vantage point, loudly proclaiming the pros and cons to the manager and the rest of us, until they settle on the perfect spot. Minutes later, they change tables. It was a Lebanese ritual.
by Dan Azzi

13 October 2019 | 18:08

Source: by Annahar

  • by Dan Azzi
  • Source: Annahar
  • Last update: 13 October 2019 | 18:08

People walking in Downtown, Beirut (AFP Photo)

One of my hangouts is an old house in the middle of Beirut’s urban jungle. First converted from a private residence to a political party’s office, and when that one fell out of favor, into a rival’s,...
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