Here's what Black Tap Dubai will look like

Time Out has the first pictures of what Black Tap Dubai will look like, set to open in Jumeirah Al Naseem hotel in Madinat

Remember when we told you that Black Tap, the maddest milkshake joint on the planet, was coming to Dubai?

Well, we have the first pictures of how the space is going to look, and it’s even cooler than we expected.

Judging by the renderings, Black Tap Dubai will be more open plan than its New York counterpart, but still very much Americana in décor.

From the pop art painting of the Beatles dressed as bandits to the sleek design of the bar stools, everything about the space oozes style in abundance.

Set up in New York (as seen in the photo below) by Michelin-starred chef Joe Isidori, Black Tap offers food that looks like it's on steroids, in a deliciously good way.

From crazy, overflowing milkshakes to bursting burgers and sandwiches with outrageously decadent ingredients, Black Tap is certain to leave its mark on the Dubai restaurant scene.

Black Tap Dubai will be in Jumeirah Al Naseem and available to the public when the hotel opens in December.

If you've driven along Beach Road in the last year or so, you would have seen Jumeriah Al Naseem rise up from the empty space between Mina A'Salam and Burj Al Arab.

The final part of the Madinat Arabian Resort of Dubai jigsaw, it is a contemporary hotel with traditional touches. While the 387 rooms and 43 suites offer spacious living and elegant Arabian touches, the outdoor spaces are just as impressive.

You'll be able to take a stroll through the verdant gardens and find yourself on a great stretch of private beach, perfect for sunbathing or taking a dip. Along with more than ten restaurants and bars, the hotel has its own turtle lagoon where you can meet the little tykes and learn more about Jumeirah’s turtle rehabilitation project.

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