Media One Hotel to open new Brazilian F&B outlet

Third-party outlet Spirito will open in August 2015, following the recently opened Crab Tavern

Inside Spirito
Inside Spirito

Brazilian restaurant Spirito Lounge & Kitchen will be opening on August 1, 2015, at Media One Hotel, Dubai.

The concept aims to offer authentic South American dishes inspired by street food, with the menu created by head chef Nilton Rodigo Ceccarelli.

Signature dishes include pastel de carne (light and thin pastry filled with spicy braised beef, smashed avocado & lime), coxinha (smoked chicken croquettes with romesco sauce), and churrasquinho (boneless lamb rib skewer, fennel, apple & peanut slaw).

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The menu also offers fresh juices which can be mixed and muddled with silver cachaca or Havana Club spirits to create variations of Brazil’s caipirinha cocktail.

Located on level 9, the space is colourful, with a trio of chandeliers hanging from the low rise ceiling. The sound profile is a mix of Latin jazz, Latin house, bossa nova, samba and reggae, and the venue also has a dedicated bar and lounge area.

Spirito also running a social media campaign on Twitter and Instagram whereby anyone following the brand that uses the hashtag #GetIntoTheSpirito will then receive a code direct to their inbox, which they can then redeem on receipt of their bill to win spot prizes, from a free house beverage up to a voucher for AED 250 off their food order on next visit.

A 50% discount will also applied to the food bill for anyone dining throughout the month of August.

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