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Casino du Liban transported guests to Greece Wednesday evening, with the opening of "Senses of Greece" a festival at La Martingale terrace seeking to share Greek food, music and culture.Sponsored by the Greek Embassy, the festival will offer up the experience every night until Sept. 15, featuring a stellar seated dinner created by visiting Greek chef Arthur Arakelyan and live music by Greek chanteuse Tina Alexopoulou and her band. "First of all the hospitality from people in Lebanon is amazing, and it's like in Greece -- we love to show people our culture, lifestyle and most importantly the food," Arakelyan told The daily Star.Sharing food is the best way to show people our culture. It wasn't long before people got up to join in with the dances and take in the Greek spirit.
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