Could you join the Dubai chapter of London's most exclusive dining club?
What’s On announces arrival of The Nth Degree in Dubai, London’s most exclusive private dining club, with celebrity chefs, pop stars and actors as members.
One of London’s most exclusive member clubs is opening a second chapter in Dubai. And it’s accepting applications, though be warned, conditions of approval are very strict.
The Nth Degree is an private dining club for prestigious members of society or high net worth individuals. Among the illustrious list of patrons are actors, Earls, pop stars, fashion designers, TV stars and restauranteurs, as well as many other influencers and captains of industry.
On November 19, a special VIP reception will take place at Park Hyatt Dubai to inaugurate new members and to show the benefits of being part of this elite ‘in crowd’.
Money-can’t-buy – not that it would be an issue putting a price on them – dining experiences are at the heart of the club’s social calendar, with tastings, drink soiress and specially crated menus all being held in hard-to-access venues.
With so many exceptional restaurants in Dubai, it’s little wonder that a group who are regularly entertained by Marco Pierre White, Gordon Ramsay and other celebrity chefs, have chosen the region for the next chapter.
Among the illustrious list of patrons for The Nth Degree Club are actors, Earls, pop stars, fashion designers, TV stars and chefs, as well as many other influencers and captains of industry.
The likes of Tony Hadley, former frontman of iconic 80s band Spandau Ballet is a patron, as are one-time deputy chairman of Everton Football Club, Sir Desmond Pitcher, the owner of A-Z restaurant group John De Stefano, Jason Hunt, founder of The Crazy Bear Group, international sportsman Kenny Logan who has gone on to become founding director of Logan Sports Marketing Group following a successful career as Scottish rugby player, and Dougray Scott, the actor who has featured in numerous Hollywood productions such as Mission Impossible, Ever After and X-Men.
Patrons play a special role in the club, from nominating new members to hosting their own special dinners and events. Membership can be applied for, though is far from guaranteed, with only 500 currently holding that privilege in the UK.