Katara hosted an iftar gathering for members of the local media at Mamig restaurant on Wednesday.
Mamig is one of the few restaurants in Qatar and the Gulf region that serves authentic Armenian and Lebanese home cuisine. ‘Mamig’ is the Armenian word for ‘grandmother’. A restaurant and event venue, Mamig’s signature Armenian-Lebanese fusion cuisine is unmatched in the city.
The menu is prepared by native Armenian and Lebanese chefs. Located in Katara’s Building 2, Mamig offers an ideal location for lunch or dinner and private functions amid a rich cultural setting. The terrace upstairs is alive with spectacular views over the Arabian Gulf and Doha skyline. Mamig is also the perfect venue for business and leisurely family experience with its intimate indoor and outdoor setting.
Katara is going all out with a series of activities during the holy month, the recent and well-attended Garangao festivities which reportedly attracted thousands of children being just one example. Other attractions include an Islamic lecture series with speakers on various religious subjects, a list of art workshops for all ages, and special Ramadan decorations and items on sale in the Village.
In addition, four different art exhibitions are running concurrently at the Katara Gallery. The Garden of Contemplation, A Matter of Time, Arabic Calligraphy and The Beauty of Words are all open from 10am to midnight throughout Ramadan. Katara was designed to integrate global arts and culture with the local Qatari culture and attracts local and international talents which in turn promote intercultural exchange and understanding.
source: Qatar Tribune
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