A sunset brunch, throwback drunch and Italian feast make these the restaurants you need to check out this weekend…
We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out in Dubai – from celebrity chef-led restaurants to indie gems, there are new openings every week. So, if you’re looking for somewhere fresh to book a table this weekend, we’ve rounded up three fresh new brunches you need on your radar.
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The retro party: Accents
Now That’s What I Call Drunch is a brand new Thursday evening brunch from Accents, the party spot where you’ll find the sellout WeBrunch. The new night promises a trip down musical memory lane with music by DJ Terrance Foster, bottomless drinks and sharing plates
Accents, InterContinental Dubai Marina, Thursdays 8pm to 11pm, Dhs199 (soft drinks), Dhs249 (house beverages), Dhs299 (bubbly). Thu 7pm-11pm. Tel: (04) 446 6654. intercontinentaldubaimarina.com
The sunset service: Seven Sisters
Sleek Lebanese export Seven Sisters is launching a new sunset brunch this Friday, perfect for those that like a weekend lie-in. From 3pm to 7pm every Friday, guests can enjoy free-flowing beverages alongside commercial R&B and chart hits by DJs SkinnyLoop and Devin Kosoko as the sun sets Seven Sisters terrace.
Seven Sisters, JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Business Bay, Fridays 3pm to 7pm, Dhs199 soft, Dhs249 drinks only, Dhs349 house, Dhs449 premium. Tel: (056) 775 4777. 7sistersdubai.com
The upscale Italian feast: Il Ristorante – Niko Romito
There’s a new upscale brunch to check out at Bvlgari Resort every Friday afternoon at Il Ristorante – Niko Romito. The buffet spread features more than 70 Italian dishes including a bread and cheese corner, extensive salad offering and live cooking stations of meat and fish. In true Italian style, expect roaming chefs serving pasta and risotto straight from the pan.
Il Ristorante – Niko Romito, Bvlgari Resort, Jumeirah, Fridays 1pm to 4pm, Dhs345 soft. Tel: (04) 777 5433. bulgarihotels.com