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A spattering of rain this week offered an unusual break from an otherwise dry spring, which despite fueling fears of drought has allowed for an early start at beach resorts and summer party spots.Boustany opened Lazy B, a private beach south of Beirut, for the season on April 17, two full weeks before the usual start to beach season, he said.For some beaches and rooftop clubs that has meant an earlier start.The club is planning a grand opening party in line with the usual start of summer season on June 15, said Natasha Salameh of C Flow.The country's preeminent rooftop venue Skybar will open at the beginning of June, said a staff member at parent company Sky Management. The club will focus on entertainment, he said, so fans of the exclusive party spot can expect concert announcements this summer. Another one of the country's biggest summer clubs, White, will hold its opening party on May 22, said Jacques Geagea, a manager at Addmind, which also operates Iris rooftop club in Downtown Beirut, Caprice, a lounge in Jal al-Dib, and several beaches. The venue has been fully booked every weekend, Geagea said.One of Beirut's more down-to-earth rooftop bars, Coop d'Etat, has also removed its winter shelter for the summer season.
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