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Where will you enjoy the start of the extended weekend? This afternoon from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Souk El Akel – Arabic for 'food market' – will launch in Beirut. The market represents a joint initiative by Solidere and Beirut Souks; Souk El Tayeb, the Beirut's farmers market; NoGarlicNoOnions, Lebanon's leading food blog; and Chef Wael Lazkani, Master Chef at Jai Beirut. Kamal Mouzawak, founder of Souk El Tayeb, is very excited.Since its inception, the blog has featured a drooling street food column, visiting Lebanese villages from north to south and hitting every food truck in between in search of the best dishes.Souk El Akel is part of a larger initiative by Solidere to revive street markets in Beirut.
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