Societe Dubai debuts new look

The retro-themed nightclub is back with refreshed interiors and a newly introduced food menu

The Dubai Marina-based club reopened with an all-new look on June 29.
The Dubai Marina-based club reopened with an all-new look on June 29.

The Dubai Marina-based club, Societe Dubai, re-opened with a new look on June 29.

The club will stay true to its roots playing the best of the 80s, 90s and 00s tunes five nights a week.

“Having been open for over three years now, we wanted to ‘freshen up’ the look of the club and give our loyal followers an even better environment where they can party their nights away,” Societe founder Gary Holliday said in a statement.

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Taking inspiration from classic films, TV shows and music videos, the new look aims to make guests feel at home.

The newly introduced food menu includes a selection of pizzas and sliders made in-house. Guests will be able to order them direct to their tables.

The club’s party table has also received a facelift and will offer seating for up to 15 people, complete with a mini-bar stocked with miniature bottles, meaning guests can help themselves to their favourite tipple whenever they like.

Another major change is the new extractor system that promises to extract and filter smoke from the air. Societe is so confident in the new extraction system that if a guest leaves with their clothes smelling of smoke, the club will dry-clean them for free during the first month of the re-launch.

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