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New Year's Eve in Beirut

My girlfriend and I will be in Beirut on New Year's Eve. It's been suggested to me that I consider booking a place to eat and party ahead of time. The problem is that, having never been to Beirut, we're unfamiliar with our options. The internet has yielded some basic info regarding the most lively neighbourhoods (Achrafieh, Gemmayzeh, etc.) and reports from last year's festivities, but so far I've been unable to find specific info on upcoming events.

My girlfriend and I are both 24 y/o and very fond of good food and drink - but who isn't? On the other hand, we're not so much into the clubbing scene with its laser lights and uber loud music. We prefer fun but unpretentious surroundings. Is this something that we can find in Beirut on New Year's Eve?

Thanks!
alex

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