Eat Out For Life 2011
On the occasion of World Cancer Day, February 4th, Eat out for Life will launch in the trendiest and most loved restaurants in Lebanon: just by visiting our participating restaurants, you would be contributing to the treatment of a sick child at the Childrens Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL). This program will last until the International Childhood Cancer Day on February 15th.
This program is aimed to create social responsibility within the Lebanese community though a unique social dining experience.
Eat Out for life 2012
For the second year in a row, BeirutRestaurants.com one of the founders of Eat Out For Life with CCCL helps to raise funds for children. Full press release coming soon. Please visit www.eatoutforlife.com
Book your tables now and make a difference in child’s life!
The Childrens Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the treatment of children with cancer at no cost on their families and with the hope for the children to lead cancer free lives.
The Center depends solely and entirely on donations and the various support of the community through fundraising programs to fulfill its mission.
Eat Out For Life
The Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the treatment of children with cancer at no cost on their families and with the hope for the children to lead cancer free lives.
This year’s participants included:
Gem, Pepe Byblos Fishing Club, India (Authentic Pun Jabi Cuisine), Flip Side, Chicken and Cow, My Bar, Razz’zzResto Jazz Club, Al Hindi, El Rancho, Sushi Ko, Socrate Catering, Yasmina (Indian Restaurant), La Parilla, Viola Specialities, Smokey O’Z, Gruen Eatery, White Coast, Centrale, Abd El Wahab (Ashrafieh&Saida Mall), Buddha Bar, Ginette, Couqley, DUO (Downtown &Ashrafieh), El Paladar, Frida Cuisine, TelieneRestorante, Fiona’s, Charlie’s, Lakay, Gou, Sophie’s Choice, The Beirut Cellar, Hard Rock Café, LayaliZaman, E Café, La Peche Du Jour, Starlight Lounge, G Restaurant.
NOBRAND design studio Beirutrestaurants.com was the driving force of the campaign. Creative Director BadeehAbla helmed the event, working for over 6 months to bring together the necessary ingredients for a successful charity drive.
It was a pleasure to work with so many individuals who relished the opportunity to give back to the community. The public’s response has been overwhelming too; the feedback we’re getting is that Lebanon’s capacity for charity should be exercised more. We’ve made that one of our top priorities at NOBRAND and look forward to many more events in this vein as many as we can! says NOBRAND creative director BadeehAbla.
For more information on the event and how to become a sponsor, please visit http://www.eatoutforlife.com/cccl.php#cccl
The brainchild of online branding guru BadeehAbla, Beirutrestaurants.com has become Lebanon’s number 1 online portal for all food related enquiries and news. Boasting over 1600 restaurants, daily updates, and 2000 hits per day, Beirutrestaurants.com has firmly established itself as the country’s go to resource for all F&B related news including: chef interviews, social calendars and restaurant reviews, providing diners, tourists, and restaurateurs, with an online resource to compare notes and share insight.
As creative director of the country’s most internationally acclaimed design studio, Abla’s visionary approach has shepherded locally grown brands through unprecedented exposure and growth. Two of his branded websites have appeared in the New York Times, he has won numerous web awards, and been featured as one of the world’s best web designers in the Taschen book series.
Dine Out For Haiti 2010
NoBrand owner Badeeh Abla of Beirutrestaurants.com and ilili restaurant NYC owner Philippe Massoud (founder of Dineoutforhaiti.org) have joined forces, in collaboration with Rotana Hotels Lebanon, encouraging restaurant owners to raise funds for Haitian relief efforts. To date 35 restaurants in Beirut have signed up to donate up to 10% of sales on February 9th.
The Dine Out for Haiti initiative began in the United States with Massoud calling on restaurant owners there to donate up to 10% of sales and 5% of server gratuities to relief efforts www.dineoutforhaiti.org. Mr Abla soon approached him to continue the effort in Beirut, inspiring Cairo and Dubai to also jump on the goodwill bandwagon.
“Beirutrestaurants.com is proud to be a part of what is turning in to a global effort to relieve the suffering of the Haitian people. We hope our participation will inspire others to do their part.” Badeeh Abla, owner NoBrand and Beirutrestaurants.com. Money will be donated to the International Red Cross via the Lebanese Red Cross.
You can check out the full press release and the list of restaurant participating in this operation: here