New York's Black Tap to open third Dubai venue at IHG hotel in Dubai Festival City

International street art star, Fumero, to spray signature pop culture graffiti on Black Tap's latest UAE venue at the InterContinental at the Waterfront Level, Dubai Festival City

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New York burger venue Black Tap will open its third venue in Dubai, and its craft burger creations and 'CrazyShake' milkshakes are part of the menu at the licensed venue at InterContinental Dubai Festival City, when it will open in early December.

The brand’s third casual dining venue in Dubai will join its Jumeirah Al Naseem and Rixos JBR branches. The InterContinental Dubai Festival City venue opening also follows Black Tap launching delivery operations in partnership with Deliveroo earlier in 2018.

Sunset Group is the Black Tap franchise owner in the Middle East and Europe.

Custom street art can be found in every Black Tap outlet, and graffiti artist Fumero - a long-time Black Tap creative collaborator in the US - will create a signature wall mural for the new InterContinental Dubai Festival City outlet, his first in the UAE.

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