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Nestled in Hamra's notorious Alleyway, new restobar Walkman was designed to take patrons on a journey back in time to the good old eclectic '80s.In addition to Walkman, Concepts in Motion currently manages Hamra's February 30 and Big Shot – now closed – and Uruguay Street's Checkpoint Charlie.Abou Saab told The Daily Star that Walkman was unique, in that no other bar in recent memory had attempted to cover the decade in all its aspects.Even Walkman's drinks and food menu is atypical.Don't expect to receive it in a conventional way, that's too traditional for Walkman.Abou Saab explained that Walkman was originally set to open a couple of months ago, but the volatile situation in Lebanon pushed the date back.Abou Saab has high expectations for Walkman, especially now that he believes Hamra is creeping back onto the map.
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