Dubai-based hospitality company, TIME Hotels, has opened the third O’Learys, an American sports-themed restaurant in the UAE.
The casual dining venue, located within TIME Topaz Hotel Apartments in the Al Barsha area of Dubai, has a total capacity for 90 covers, across various different seating areas, including a restaurant and a bar.
Boasting 16 large TV screens, the F&B outlet will show a wide-range of sports games, including the knock-out stages of the FIFA World Cup 2018.
“O’Learys is now a proven concept in the UAE and has a broad consumer appeal, especially amongst expatriates and UAE nationals alike,” says Mohamed Awadalla, CEO, TIME Hotels. “We are confident that diners and sports fans alike will appreciate O’Learys’ unique concept and lively family atmosphere.”
The menu at O’Learys features traditional quesadillas, buffalo wings, classic burgers and ribs as well as a wide variety of desserts, non-alcoholic cocktails and soft beverages.
The interior design is based on the colours of Boston sports teams – a combination of deep green, burgundy red and dark brown, with sporting and Boston-themed memorabilia covering the walls.
Currently there are over 130 O’Learys outlets in numerous countries across Asia, Europe and the Middle East. In the UAE, TIME operates the O’Learys at Fujairah Mall. There is also an outlet situated in Abu Dhabi International Airport.
“Looking to the future, we see further opportunities to place the O’Learys brand in key high traffic, high value locations across the UAE,” adds Awadalla.
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