There’s something about MusicHall that reminds us of the elegance of the 1940s and ’50s, when stars like Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly were the toast of Tinseltown and dinner shows were the go-to night out.
An evening here can feel pretty special. Aside from its club dinner shows, MusicHall offers a unique nightlife concept.
Designed like a theatre with tables arranged in tiered steps, guests can watch a series of live music performances every weekend from a wide variety of genres including Middle Eastern bands, French and American pop acts and tribute acts. The shows cater to a variety of tastes, which make it perfect for celebrating occasions with larger groups.
The venue is lavish and opulent, red velvet curtains line the walls, while gold detailing runs through the bar and seating areas. It’s the type of place that you should dress up for and with a minimum spend of Dhs450 per person, you know it’s a little more exclusive. Drinks aren’t cheap – a single measure will set you back Dhs50 to Dhs70 – but when you have a live band on stage, and are seated in such unique surroundings, the extra dosh makes it worthwhile.
The bottom line A place with awesome old-school charm.