Dubai Festival City’s Al Areesh Club launches a food hall


September 15, 2020 | By RetailME Bureau

A family-friendly sports and social destination, Dubai Festival City’s Al Areesh Club launches a food hall concept. The food hall is a modern-day food marketplace, which brings together artisanal and niche F&B offerings including a live bakery, a live butchery, a specialty coffee experience, a fresh deli, a soft-serve ice cream parlour and a seasonal outdoor barbeque.

“After months of being indoors, Dubai residents and visitors now have a collection of options to satisfy their cravings for gourmet food. The stylish new food hall is a boutique collection of unique F&B experiences curated by specialists from around the world. It represents the vibrant local, regional, multi-brand and authentic food-driven model that is refreshing to the destination,” stated Speaking about the launch, Samer Zabian, director – mixed-use residential and commercial property, Al Futtaim Group Real Estate, as Dubai Festival City’s Al Areesh Club launches a food hall.

“As people begin to move around, taking all the precautions against COVID-19, Dubai Festival City continues to encourage a healthy and holistic lifestyle in the community with new initiatives and offerings tailored to the convenience of residents and visitors,” he added.

All the food concepts at the Al Areesh Club food hall will soon offer home delivery to the nearby areas, bringing a gourmet food experience to the doorstep.

The Al Areesh Club also features a Spinney’s supermarket, a dental clinic, a pharmacy and beauty salons for men and women and a host of options for kids, alongside a fully-equipped gym, an aerobic studio, multipurpose court, swimming pools and racket sports, all-weather hard courts.

 

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