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The Beirut Central District (BCD) or Centre Ville is the name given to Beirut’s historical and geographical core, the “vibrant financial, commercial, and administrative hub of the country.” At the heart of Lebanon’s capital, Beirut Central District (BCD) is an area thousands of years old, traditionally a focus of business, finance, culture and leisure.
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 2:00 PM|
Great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or a glass of wine while strolling the open air market of Lebanese goods like honey, soap, bread, eggs, olives, sweets, etc., including fresh fruit and vegetables. Prices can be a little higher than the supermarket but the products are usually organic and sustainably grown. A wonderful way to support small businesses and entrepreneurs of Lebanon.
It is an organic food market held by the farmers them-selves. They are smiley and kind enough to answer your questions, and some of them advises you on how to best use the products you buy. Fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as other food products. Prices are cheaper than those of organic food at the supermarkets. The fruits and the vegetables that I bought from there were delicious. I didn't regret buying from this market.
Nice variety of local produce, bakeries and soap.. etc, howecer, they are over selling and prices are very high.
Best place to be and to eat healthy. Great pedestrian walk. Highly recommended
Great products and fantastic atmosphere. People are especially nice. So you don’t just get great products you meet interesting people in a nice setting
Souk El Tayeb is absolutely not to be missed . Was very impressed with the quality and variety of goods offered. Did not find the prices exaggerated at all. Keep up the great work.
Very nice in Saturday to spend time their, and to buy fresh produce