With a 13-4 restaurant-to-bar ratio, “The Backyard” aims to attract families, not clubbers
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A new cluster of restaurants, bars, a gym and a kids' area in Hazmieh is changing the face of food the beverage industry in Lebanon. The project is marketed as a community lifestyle destination over the more common touristic approach and is further instilling a rising trend in cluster destinations.Hazmieh's "The Backyard" is the brainchild of Venture Group, a company that has set a pattern with cluster projects and claims Downtown's "Uruguay Street" and Dbayeh's "The Village" as past achievements."The Backyard" is family oriented and provides an opportunity for the residents of Hazmieh and neighboring regions to unwind without having to commute too far.Designed in an open, fluid manner with greenery and flowing water, Hazmieh's "The Backyard" is Venture Group's answer to the absence of public spaces.The $25 million project was conceived with a $10 million stake from Venture Group and various investors.
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