Abu Dhabi-based Dalma Mall has announced the opening of HOB and Third Avenue Café. With a shared brand philosophy of luxury and magnanimity, the new stores are unique. They deliver an exclusive experience of food and fashion, through a connected venue.
Located within the main atrium of Dalma Mall, the new combined avenue is designed in a unique manner to give all the visitors an immersive experience. Honouring the local influences of the region, the interiors of the store are thoughtfully planned with bold architectural details and rich colours, exuding a luxurious look and feel.
Offering a first-of-its-kind gourmet experience, the Third Avenue Café presents a delectable menu inspired by the timeless sands of Arabia infused with the diversity of Europe and the scenic beauty of Asia. Third Avenue is all about infusing style, fashion and modernity in its cuisine. With over 60 delicious selections, visitors can enjoy an all-day dining experience or stop for a quick coffee while browsing the latest in fashion or beauty.
On the other hand, HOB is a luxury destination curated as a collective space to provide an emotional and inclusive Emirati experience. An exclusive boutique offers the highest trends within an ambience that provides a sense of accomplishment to every shopper. A destination with the right blend of magnificence and opulence, HOB includes distinctive offerings from international and Emirati brands, showcasing a sought-after collection of perfumes, accessories and cosmetics.
Spread across 8,500 sqft, HOB houses home-grown luxury brands like Hind Al Oud, Khaltat – Blends of love and Anfasic Dokhoon. It also showcases international brands like Dior, Fendi, Hublot, Cutler & Gross and many more to come. Brands premiering for the first time are Hilal, Michael Cromer, Hess, Rose Rosa, Edge and Skoon, to name a few.
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