US brand Lemonade opens first branch in Dubai

Magnolia Group adds another restaurant to its portfolio in the UAE

The Dubai Lemonade team.
The Dubai Lemonade team.

Magnolia Restaurants Management Group (MRM) has opened the first UAE branch of Southern Californian restaurant chain Lemonade in Dubai's Ibn Battuta Mall.

MRM CEO Nael Mustafa said: "We are undoubtedly extremely excited about launching a fresh, healthy and innovative restaurant in a place that loves food. Lemonade is a perfect fit for the people of Dubai who are always on the move and constantly looking out for healthy and nutritious yet appetizing food to eat."

Lemonade’s first branch in the region offers seasonal and nutritious Southern California comfort food in a fast-casual cafeteria setting.

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The restaurant's design elements have been imported from California, and offers healthy dishes including marketplace salads, braises, sandwiches and hot veggies among other items. 

Established in 2011, the MRM is headquartered in Dubai, with offices in Bahrain and Riyadh.

 

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