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In an unassuming apartment building just a few steps from the Sursock Museum, a new oasis for artistically inclined souls awaits.The kitchen displays cookware collections and is available to host private dinners and other special events, with a stunning view of the sea.The boutique reflects the eclectic and elegant taste of its owner.Instead of a biography, Geagea opted for a more imaginative homage and named the store in her grandmother's honor -- "Titus" derives from "teta," the affectionate Arabic term for grandma.Geagea said she wanted to open the sort of wide-ranging, high-concept store she felt Beirut lacked.Geagea said she knows her boutique is different from other stores in Beirut, and she likes it that way.Titus is open weekdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays by appointment.
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