Hamra, in Lebanon has truly proved this year to be one of the country's most popular nightlife districts with a variety of clubs, restaurants and lounge bars opening every day, including popular places like February 30 and Big Shot ... but one big player is DMR.
DRM or Democratic Republic of Music, is a concert hall where people come and enjoy high quality concerts in a laid back atmosphere. The place is where all the production elements are precise and measured and capable of delivering the highest standards in audio delivery and lighting. The place is amazing. It reminds me of one of those cool places where young talents stand up on stage to perform in front of a crowd in a nice unintemedating atmosphere. A variety of talents are always on stage, every day they have some one new... The best part is that you truly enjoy the sound system... The place was built as a box with special materials so that the sound is crystal clear with minimum reverberation. DRM is a concert hall that was conceived from this perspective: the perspective of music producers and musicians.
DRM serves enticing dining and drinks without interfering with the musical aspect of the evening. The waiters are super friendly, they don't stand in the way of the show... that's why dinner is served before the show actually starts... and if you need something they subtly come by your table without any hassle. The menu that changes and evolves with the musical styles. The guests will have a different dining experience with different flavors and tastes depending on the concert they are watching. Dining will take place before the concerts and after, only drinks will be served throughout the evening.
In a nutshell the DRM concept revolves around a relaxed atmosphere, high caliber concerts, excellent productions, stupendous service and a fantastic dining and wining experience.