Jean-Georges restaurant is relocating from the Four Seasons Jumeirah
But the upscale spot is set to re-open later this year at an exciting new beachfront location…
Sad news for fans of Jean-Georges, the upscale eatery in the Four Seasons Jumeirah restaurant village, as the venue is sadly set to close its doors on Monday April 30.
But it’s not all bad news for the restaurant, which first opened its doors in June 2015, as it’s going to relocate to a brand new location this year.
Although an exact location for the new restaurant has not been given, it’s set to be on the beachfront.
To celebrate the final month at their current location, Jean-Georges are asking guests to share images on Instagram using the #JGMoments, with the most liked picture winning a VIP experience at the new Jean-Georges when it opens in the final quarter of the year.
The restaurant, which recently downsized to make way to share the space with Scalini, was originally known as two separate restaurants, JG Kitchen and JG Dining Room. Both venues opened in 2015, with the famed chef behind them Jean-Georges Vongerichten heading to the Emirate for the opening.
His namesake restaurant in New York is Vongerichten’s two Michelin-starred restaurant, and arguably the chefs most famous opening.
As for what will take the place of Jean-Georges in Four Seasons restaurant village, there’s no word as of yet. But, with neighbours including the recently opened London export Scalini and ‘Salt Bae’s’ now legendary Nusr-Et, we’ve got high expectations.
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