McGettigan's to open new pub on the beach in Dubai

Dubai is aleady home to three of the Irish-themed bar and restaurants

Dubai aleady has three of the Irish-themed bar and restaurants - in JLT, at Dubai World Trade Centre and at Terminal 1 in Dubai International.
Dubai aleady has three of the Irish-themed bar and restaurants - in JLT, at Dubai World Trade Centre and at Terminal 1 in Dubai International.

A new McGettigan's is opening in JBR, within the Hilton Hotel, on the beach. 

Dubai aleady has three of the Irish-themed bar and restaurants - in JLT, at Dubai World Trade Centre and at Terminal 1 in Dubai International - as well as outlets in Abu Dhabi and Fujairah.

These will be followed shortly by pubs in Al Ain and Bahrain, according to sister publication Arabian Business.

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Caterer Middle East reported in January that McGettigan's will open nearly 40 new outlets worldwide in the next five years.

Dennis McGettigan, whose father opened the first McGettigan's pub more than 50 years ago, also revealed that the brand would launch on the stock market.

 

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