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Pavilion at The Beach is now open!

Unmatchable views and culinary delights, all year round. The sprawling new venue houses six new licensed restaurants making it just the perfect spot for casual dining overlooking the glittering waters of the Arabian Gulf. This new day to night venue is perfect for all year-round dining in an enclosed and temperature-controlled venue with outdoor terraces.

Akiba Dori: A licensed food hall style indoor alleyway inspired by Tokyo, serving Japanese street food and Tokyo Neapolitan Pizzas.

Buur: This family-friendly Middle Eastern and Continental food concept restaurant is known for their unique breakfast creations. Buur will be the 1st branch in Dubai.

Claw BBQ: American diner inspired restaurant, Claw BBQ is the perfect place to enjoy great cocktails and eat delicious and addictive grills and seafood.

Eataly at The Beach: Discover the world of Eataly: a high-quality gourmet Italian food market comprising of a variety of restaurant and retail items under one roof.

Hurricane’s Grill & Bar: A family-friendly steakhouse known for high quality steaks and ribs and value for money, with a menu offering something for everyone.

La Mezcaleria: A vibrant, modern kitchen and lounge with a serious sense of fun. Famous for dinner to late-night drinks serving international and tex-mex inspired cuisine.

Pavilion at The Beach features a dedicated valet drop-off and pick-up right at its entrance.

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