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Fasters and nonfasters alike have heard of iftar, the meal taken by Muslims at sundown during the holy month of Ramadan to break the fast.While iftar meals are offered across the city, at various venues and prices, finding a restaurant willing to stay open late enough for suhoor is much harder.As it is the last meal before the fast, it is normally eaten as close to dawn as possible, meaning those who want to do suhoor right will be seeking out food around 3 a.m. It is also extremely important that you eat the best kinds of food to help you last the 16-odd hours without food or water ahead.Amethyste will be open for the suhoor meal from 12:30 a.m. to 3 a.m., which marks it as one of the best options for those who want to eat as late as possible.Azmi will be offering both iftar and suhoor meals, and will have a man offering liquorice syrup as a reminder of the vendors who used to sell it in Beirut years past.
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