Fourth Dubai Mcgettigan's opens today

The new McGettigan's Madinat Jumeirah opens at 4pm today (August 17) in soft-opening phase

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The new Mcgettigan’s Madinat Jumeirah opens at 4pm today (August 17). The new venue, located in Souk Madinat Jumeirah, is the fourth Dubai outlet by Dubai-born Irish pub chain Mcgettigan’s.

According to a statement by the McGettigan group, the Madinat venue will open on August 17 in soft-opening phase, with an official launch planed for September.

The new McGettigan’s Madinat Jumeirah, which has capacity for 400 people, will open on the site previously occupied by Frioul restaurant.

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Like it’s sister branches in JLT and DWTC, the new Madinat branch will offer live music, live sports coverage and a menu of classic Irish pub food.

Commenting on the launch, McGettigan Group CEO Dennis McGettigan said: “We are excited to launch McGettigan’s pub at Madinat Jumeirah and bring our famous Irish hospitality to an area that is known for top-class dining.”

McGettigan's is also expected to open a fifth Dubai outlet, located at the Hilton JBR.

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