New Italian concept opens in Dubai's JLT

Via Vita is located in Cluster V and will serve traditional dishes from Italy

Via Vita has opened in JLT.
Via Vita has opened in JLT.

Cementing its reputation as a laid-back dining hub, JLT has welcomed a new Italian concept, Via Vita, located in Cluster V.

Inspired by the streets of Southern Italy, Via Vita brings ‘Nonnas’ traditional cooking and authenticity to the table.

The menu features a bruschetta bar with multiple toppings to try and a vast choice of freshly made starters, salads, pastas, mains, pizzas. Guests can choose to dine in-house or have their food delivered. The restaurant also features a deli counter with a selection of traditional cheeses and cold cuts.

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Fronted by The OmNom Project, the interiors are inspired by the Mediterranean with dashes of turquoise, light blues and pale greens. An olive tree and a Vespa complete the Italian feel of the space.

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