Dimi Ladi

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Where you will eat the best Street Food in Athens

Street food has become very popular these days in Athens. There were always the traditional street food choices like the Greek souvlaki, cheese pies or kou

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Two paintings from Brunst’s collection, both from The top is of a maharajah and the other depicts a hero of the Greek Revolution.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Two paintings from Brunst’s collection, both from The top is of a maharajah and the other depicts a hero of the Greek Revolution.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Two paintings from Brunst’s collection, both from The top is of a maharajah and the other depicts a hero of the Greek Revolution.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Two paintings from Brunst’s collection, both from The top is of a maharajah and the other depicts a hero of the Greek Revolution.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Go to previous slideGo to next slide Beirut-born decorator Serge Brunst in his home with his cat Tahboush. The oil is by Elena Recco from Naples, the red-upholstered chair is Louis XV and the painted screen is a French theater scene.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Go to previous slideGo to next slide Beirut-born decorator Serge Brunst in his home with his cat Tahboush. The oil is by Elena Recco from Naples, the red-upholstered chair is Louis XV and the painted screen is a French theater scene.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

The art-filled Modernist home of Nadia el-Khoury, whose shop, Artisans du Liban et d’Orient, has for nearly 50 years been the fulcrum of Beirut’s local design scene.

The city remains a place of possibility for the artists, architects and designers who continue to call it home.

Food and travel writer Kamal Mouzawak founded Beirut’s first farmers’ market before opening Tawlet, where nonprofessional chefs from different regions across the country serve short stints cooking their local specialties. Photograph by Stefan Ruiz