Dubai-based developer Meraas’s beachfront destination, La Mer has added 25 concepts to its host of retail and dining outlets this year, bringing the total number to 71.
Seventeen new eateries have expanded the range of exotic cuisines from around the world available at La Mer. Among the additions are P.F. Chang’s that serves Chinese food the American way, steak restaurant Texas Roadhouse, Roman-style pizzeria Alice Pizza, French deli Pomme de Pain, American fast-casual burger restaurant Five Guys and Kaftan offering traditional Ottoman and modern Turkish cuisine. The recently open AçaiXpress offers guests healthy options.
Visitors can sample Asian food with an Emirati twist at Street Style by Gossip, try new flavours of bubble tea at Booba or enjoy a quick bite at one of the new urban street food outlets including Pretzel World, Roti Rollers and The Chickery. Sports fans can enjoy live game coverage and unique American cuisine at Stars N Bars.
La Mer also has more in store for those who wish to indulge their sweet tooth – from Creptastic with its wide selection of crepes to HEIK Knafeh Culture that offers an unconventional take on knafeh. In addition, there is The Inventing Room enchants the mind and tantalizes taste buds with flavoursome ingredients prepared using liquid nitrogen, while Tart Bakery invites guests to experience and appreciate the art of tart. Vicens also opened its doors at La Mer, bringing its long nougat traditions to the city.
Adding to La Mer’s retail landscape are beachwear store Hamac, California-inspired urban luxury streetwear boutique LA Rags, home of designer sunglasses from around the world Optifashion, lifestyle brand of watches SevenFriday and I Love Dubai for souvenirs and gifts.