Game of Thrones-style brunch coming to Dubai

Yalumba Brunchology to turn into Westeros for Season 8

Game of Thrones-style brunch coming to Dubai

Send a raven – your house needs to know about this.

There is a Game of Thrones brunch coming to Dubai and you can stake your claim to the Iron Throne.

“The great war is here,” and so is the brunch, which will mark the eighth and final season of the blockbuster show.

Yalumba’s Brunchology will transform into Westeros on Friday April 26.

Gather your alliances – and even your foes – and march down to the Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Garhoud, and tuck into a feast fit for a king (of the North).

There’ll be dishes themed on everything from the House of Stark to “Jon Snow’s personal favourites”.

They’ll to be washed down with mulled grape and traditional hops while enjoying themed activities, a boffins’ GoT quiz and more.

Post-brunch happy hour runs from 3.30pm and there’ll be a live DJ spinning the very best of Westeros’ hits.

Brunchology is something of a Dubai institution – so expect to find a proper knees up loud enough to wake a sleeping dragon.

While you’re at it, don’t forget to sign up to the Time Out Dubai Brunch Club for huge savings and discounts from the city’s best weekend bashes.

While you can check out our ultimate Dubai brunch list 2019 to book your next biggest and best Friday in the meantime.
Dhs389 (sparkling), Dhs529 (premium bubbly). Fri 12.30pm-3.30pm. Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Garhoud (04 702 2328). Booking ravens not currently in order.

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