Young Lebanese entrepreneurs are trying to revive city’s once vibrant cafe culture

In the years before Beirut was struck by civil war, the city was known for its vibrant cafe culture that attracted intellectuals from across the Arab world.

The tables that spilled out onto the pavements of Hamra Street were a hub for professors, students, writers and artists, who would sip thick Arabic coffee and argue into the night.

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