Dubai's JBR gets new bar and restaurant

Ten Street, located in Oasis Tower, offers Canadian-inspired food

Ten Street will refresh its food and beverage menus every 10 weeks.
Ten Street will refresh its food and beverage menus every 10 weeks.

A new restaurant and nightlife venue opens this week in Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai.

Ten Street, located in Oasis Tower, offers Canadian-inspired food, including smoked BBQ ribs and sharing platters, and will refresh its food and beverage menus every 10 weeks.

Its interors are inspired by the New York subway and each area of the venue, which is open daily until 3am, is filled with something different, restaurant and hotel developer RMAL Hospitality said in a statement.

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RMAL Hospitality operations manager Dani-Jan Gicquel Billington commented: “Ten Street isn’t just a restaurant or a bar - it is a late night party spot designed to challenge people’s expectations. It’s fun, quirky, accessible to all and great value.”

RMAL Hospitality chief operating officer Toufic Khattar added: “When we started planning Ten Street, we knew we had to make it a unique place to help us stand out amongst the fierce F&B competition not only in market but also in JBR.

“This is a place people can visit on their weekends for a lazy lunch, cheer on their favourite team, belt out a karaoke ballad shoot some pool or just simply hang with friends.”

Ten Street has three full-size 10-ball pool tables, a number of screens showing sports action and a private karaoke room. 

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