Warehouse in Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre.
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The minute we saw the yellow cab parked on the lawn, we knew we had arrived at The Empire State of Brunch at Warehouse in Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre.
Expatmedia.net was invited to try the New York City-style Saturday brunch, and we were glad we came! Watch it here
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The music from the live entertainment was already blaring as guests in their best brunch mood occupied both the cosy indoor and outdoor seating areas. Everything and everyone looked cool and casual.
The vibrant themed brunch features street food from New York City, with flavors from China Town, Little Italy and Mexico. There were burgers, grilled meat, pizza, paella, fresh oysters, Peking duck, tacos and many more. For desserts, there’s a literal library of cakes, macarons and sliced fruits to choose from. Packages start from Dh295 and include free-flowing drinks.
The mouth-watering menu was paired with live entertainment from a band that sang tunes from the 80s, 90s and noughties. It wasn’t long before everyone joined the live band with some moves on the dance floor!
What: The Empire State of Brunch
Where: Warehouse, Le Meridien Hotel
When: Saturdays, 1pm to 4pm
Price: Dh295 (soft drinks), Dh395 (house drinks), Dh495 (premium drinks)
Contact: 0503685149 or email@example.com
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