Dubai's third Black Tap opens at InterContinental Dubai Festival City

The Dubai Festival City branch joins existing Black Tap restaurants at Jumeirah Al Naseem in Umm Suqeim and Rixos JBR in Dubai Marina

LA DJ A-OH and Jojo Wright attended the opening along with Brent Black and Kris Fade
LA DJ A-OH and Jojo Wright attended the opening along with Brent Black and Kris Fade

New York burger joint Black Tap has added a third Dubai outlet with the opening of its latest location on the Waterfront Level at the InterContinental Dubai Festival City.

The Dubai Festival City branch joins existing restaurants at Jumeirah Al Naseem in Umm Suqeim and Rixos JBR in Dubai Marina.

Black Tap at Dubai Festival City will offer a downtown New York vibe, signature American burgers and a line-up of CrazyShake milkshakes. Graffiti artist, Fumero - a long-time Black Tap creative collaborator in the US - has also created a signature wall mural at the Dubai Festival City venue.

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The Dubai Festival City outlet will also roll-out Black Tap’s weekend breakfast menu from 10am-4pm. The menu includes crispy chicken and waffles, eggs benedict with slow roast beef, and butter milk pancakes stuffed with orange, cranberry and ricotta topped with sweet cream cheese spread.

 

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