These Restaurants Around The World Are Donating To Disaster Relief In Beirut

@mamnoonrestaurant | @dswartz

It is a harrowing time for and the Lebanese around the world. It is acutely painful for the residents of , who have lost more than they can bear in a blink of an eye. However, the global response to ’s explosion was immense.

Responding to Lebanese people’s plea not to donate money to the government, which they don’t trust, restaurants around the world are doing their part to help by donating to various NGOs in that are helping in this time of crisis.

Local, regional, and even international restaurants are donating a percentage -if not all- of their sales to different Lebanese non-governmental organizations.

Aleph Eatery – Vancouver,

Nuba – Vancouver,

Saasna – Qatar

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDjjXgqgXyw/

The Meat Avenue – Dubai

Bait Maryam – Dubai

Yafa Cafe – Winnipeg,

Pistachoux – Dubai

Sweets of Paradise – Alberta,

Mare Nostrum – Windsor,

The Custard Hut – Dearborn Heights, Michigan

Bekka – Victoria,

Le Cedre – Warsaw, Poland

Malgoom Shawarma – Bahrain

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDhWgeoFdhB/

Mamnoon & Its Siblings Restaurants, Seattle, USA

Their restaurants donating:

  • Mamnoon,
  • Mamnoon Street,
  • MBar

“Beitna” Initiative, Washington DC Restaurants, USA

Restaurants involved:

  • Maydan,
  • Compass Rose,
  • Zikrayet/Asmar’s Foods,
  • Residents Cafe & Bar/Muncheez,
  • Albi,
  • Lucky Buns,
  • Coin Mezze,
  • Z&Z Za’atar,
  • Lei Musubi,
  • The Green Zone,
  • Anju,
  • Lebanese Taverna,
  • Capo Speakeasy.

Tasse Bakery, Calgary,

What Georgie Craves, Dubai

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDtjdVtH3Ak/

Just Crackers, Dubai

If you are in any of these cities, you know what to do!


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