October 08, 2016 Gemmayze & Mar Mikhael Beirut Lebanon Middle East

Souk el Mawasem: The Taste of Lebanon's Villages in the Heart of Beirut!

Forget about rolling your cart around a grocery store with artificial lights and elevator music… Instead come join us at Souk el Mawasem, a one of a kind farmers’ market where vibrant colors, smells and sights of our country’s artisans and produces will be meeting.

Souk el Mawasem

Under the patronage of The Minister of Argirculture, Souk el Mawasem, brought to you by NoGarlicNoOnions with the support of The Directorate General of Cooperative, is bringing you an amazing array of produce that you don't and won't see in your average supermarket.

Stroll amidst 50 stalls of a genuine a fresh farmers’ market where you will find fresh produce including vegetables and fruits, Mouneh preserved by local experts from different villages across the country, artisanal work and little knick knacks designed and handmade by some of our most talented artisans, unique handmade bites freshly cooked by housewives from various villages … and much more from Lebanese families and talents...

Get the chance to meet and talk to farmers and food artisans, learn more about how and where food is produced, learn more about the people who work hard to bring you the most delicious and nutritious food around from honey, apples, pickles, jams, wheat, freekeh and much much more…

Souk el Mawasem aims at creating a hub, a place to meet up with your friends and bring your children, while getting a taste of small towns across Lebanon in the midst of Beirut.

Of course, Souk el Akel, Lebanon'sFamous Street Food Market will also be a part of this unique seasonal event, cooking local innovative specialities live for everyone to taste and enjoy.

Join Souk el Mawasem, discover our fresh produce in a genuine farmers market while soaking in the richness and depth of our local culture.

1st event: Train Station, Mar Mikhael on October 14, 15, 16 from 11am until 9pm.

 

 

 

 

 




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