Beirut bar Seven Sisters opening in Dubai

Popular terrace bar coming to Business Bay in March

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A trendy, new, Beirut terrace bar is coming to Dubai’s Business Bar, and we can’t wait.

The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai in Business Bay is rapidly becoming one of the trendiest spots in town, and the arrival of Seven Sisters is only going to add to that.

1 OAK, the celebrity-laden New York City export, will also be opening at the hotel in Business Bay, to go alongside existing bars Weslodge Saloon, the vertigo-inducing bar Vault, nightclub Square, Café Artois and Bridgewater Tavern.

And the opening of Seven Sisters is one we’re super excited. Take a look at the renders above, and tell us this doesn’t look like a cracking little terrace bar, with some pretty stunning views?

The team behind bringing this Beirut bar to Dubai have said it will cater for those who appreciate “finer moments in their nightlife experience,” thanks to “stunning, unrestricted views of the Dubai Water Canal and downtown skyline.

The bar originated in Lebanon, opening originally in 2015, and became a big hit with locals and holiday makers. The venue prides itself on its expertly-crafted mixed drinks, good food and a host of live entertainment.

“Be it the menu, interior, or the entertainment, every thought and aspect of Seven Sisters has been tailored to ensure the customer is fully engaged at all times, appealing to all of their senses,” said Hani Hashem, General Manager of Seven Management.

The bar is set to launch in March, and promises a range of “innovative events, providing a unique experience” for Dubai’s social scene.

We’re intrigued.
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