Shaken not stirred: Dubai gets Bond-themed brunch

Your mission will include a menu served at the signature Prime68 steakhouse

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 If you’ve got a license to brunch, head down to Prime68 for a Bond-themed brunch at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai happening every Friday starting on March 10.

The ‘068 Brunch,’ located on the 68th level of the hotel, will feature an à la carte menu with dishes ranging from foie gras to Australian beef tenderloin.

It will boast entertainment in the form of live jazz music and a 068 photo booth.

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The venue itself is known for its sleek interiors and sky high views, overlooking the Dubai skyline.

Prices for the brunch start at AED495 for the “For Your Eyes Only” package that includes house beverages. The ‘Goldfinger’ package is priced at AED595 per person including sparkling grape while the ‘Diamonds are Forever’ package is AED 695 per person including bubbly.

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