Saint Georges Restaurant and Beach Bar: THE GRAND OPENING, Feat. ADONIS
On sunday April 29, you are all invited to the long awaited grand opening of Saint Georges Restaurant and Beach Bar starting 6pm.
A gourmet opening banquet will be served from 6 to 9pm. Drinks will be offered till late.
Our Opening features a live performance by the one and only pop/folk band ADONIS who will take over the swimming pool area at 7pm sharp.
Two DJ sets will follow, both indoors and outdoors.
Saint Georges Restaurant and Bar will be open every day from 9 am till midnight, ALL YEAR LONG. The doors of Saint Georges will remain open in winter time. This charming new venue offers:
A comfortable indoor space with delectable french cuisine in a quiet lounge bar atmosphere.
A beautiful poolside terrace with a selection of lebanese and international dishes (chicha available).
Alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, coffee, tea, and desserts.
This Venue will soon be hosting a variety musical and cultural events weekly (to be announced).
Save the date and join us celebrate.
This event is free of charge.
76 52 29 52
Following the success of the band’s debut single ‘Daw L Baladiyyi’, which entered local pop charts and aired on several Arabic radio and Television networks during spring 2011, the band released its first studio album in July 2011; and, in early 2012, a second single from that CD for the song ‘Ma Kan Mafroud’, in collaboration with singer/songwriter Tina Yamout. Both videos were directed by Robert Cremona.
Having participated in major events and festivals across Lebanon, and collaborated with the most prominent musicians and artists on the local musical scene, the band’s sound is maturing into a rich mesh of festive tunes, folksy beats, playful arrangements and street nonchalance, with a song structure and a play of scales that often echo works from the classical Arabic repertoire.
The band currently consists of Anthony Khoury on keys and vocals, Joey Abou Jawdeh on guitars, Fabio Khoury on bass guitar & Nicola Hakim on drums.
Currently, ADONIS is working on a video for its song ‘Chbabik’, which deals with the random, systematic, and sometimes illegal demolition of the landmarks of Beirut’s architectural heritage that is taking place in order to make room for more modern developments. In parallel, the boys are already working on their new material, and getting ready to hit the studio in Spring 2012 to record their second album.