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For many Lebanese familiar with pre-Civil War Downtown Beirut, Al Antabli beverages and fountain are part and parcel of the capital's golden age.In the following years, Al Antabli beverages would earn fame and become a destination for many passersby in hustling and bustling Souk Ayas and its fountain would be named after Antabli.Antabli rented a shop near the newly reconstructed Al Antabli Fountain.Unlike many shops in Downtown that target upper-class clients, Al Antabli offers its products at a reasonable price.It's evident that clients are enjoying Al Antabli beverages as well.Ahmad agreed, noting that the price of Al Antabli's products was just like any other shop outside Downtown Beirut.Antabli, 59, longs for the good old days of pre-Civil War Downtown Beirut.
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