December 6, 2012

By Olivia Alabaster: The Daily Star

BEIRUT: The understated Tawlet restaurant in Beirut’s increasingly fashionable Mar Mikhael neighborhood normally hosts sophisticated lunches.

But this Thursday evening – and the first Thursday of every month – the venue will become a mini-recycling site designed to spread awareness of a local NGO.

Aside from the waste separation demonstration from FERN, there is also the small factor of an open barbecue and all the beer and wine you can drink, provided by the 961 microbrewery and the Ixsir winery. Tickets are available for $25, with proceeds going to FERN.

    Categories: events, news

    Leave a Reply

    • Search

    • Sign up for our newsletter!