New barbecue restaurant coming to Dubai Festival City

Joe's Backyard will have a 2.5m grill

New barbecue restaurant coming to Dubai Festival City
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There are few things better than the smoky scent of barbecued food, and now there’s a brand-new restaurant opening in Dubai Festival City that can keep your grill cravings at bay.

Joe’s Backyard is coming to Holiday Inn, Dubai Festival City and we can’t wait to check it out, not least because it will boast a 2.5m grill. That’s a lot of chicken skewers.

The new eatery will serve up “flame-grilled flavours from around the world” including from the USA, Australia, South Africa, Brazil and Argentina.

The venue also promises a “laid-back ambiance” as well as a wide selection of drinks. The spot itself will have prime views from the hotel’s rooftop, too, ensuring it will be a great place to catch up with your mates over a freshly-grilled rib-eye.

Other offerings on the menu will include seafood and chicken – all brushed with Joe’s secret seasoning.

If you’re a barbecue fan, then you’ll also want to check out Mighty Quinn’s, which claims, “Your days of bad BBQ are over”.

The restaurant focuses on creating delicious dishes using the in-house smoker. The meat is smoked with wood for several hours to enhance the flavour and there are two branches now in the city, in The Dubai Mall and JBR.

So if you don’t have the space (or inclination) to don that apron in your own backyard and get grilling yourself, this new barbecue haunt will be right up your street.
Coming soon. Holiday Inn Dubai Festival City,

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