Dubai's Jazz@PizzaExpress debuts new look

The new aesthetic was inspired by the restaurant's London location

Jazz@PizzaExpress has unveiled its new interiors.
Jazz@PizzaExpress has unveiled its new interiors.

Set in Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), Jazz@PizzaExpress has introduced a new design.

The restaurant has focused on enhancing their live music experience, giving the venue a fresh, modern feel to appeal to millennials.

Inspired by the first ever Jazz@PizzaExpress, the main entrance welcomes guests to a London-style street setup, complete with a red British phone box, a quirky 60’s lamppost and city street signage. Conceptualised by local designer, Sharon Jutla, the outdoor terrace introduces picturesque foliage and long benches in a set up reminiscent of a traditional London beer.

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With live music acts performing daily, the repositioned stage has given more visibility to the artists, enhancing audience engagement, elevating the electric atmosphere for which Jazz@PizzaExpress is known. The seating has also been repositioned to make every table a good table and the mix of swivel chairs, high banquets and lounge seating has been strategically placed for comfort.

The licensed venue serves up cocktails in branded tins having launched a new cocktail menu to include the Hawaiian express, one-nine-six-five and bloody Margherita – PizzaExpress’ own spin on the bloody Mary. The venue will continue to serve dough balls and its pizza selection and guests can also order salads under 600 calories, gluten free items and vegetarian options.

The brand is set to roll out a new concept in February 2018 with the addition of PizzaExpress Live. The venue will be opening in DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai, Business Bay and will differentiate itself by hosting live comedy nights and alternative live acts throughout the week.

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