Dubai’s Garden on 8 hosts double brunch

The venue won Bar Team of the Year at the Caterer Awards

The venue at Media One Hotel in Dubai is now hosting two brunches every Friday.
The venue at Media One Hotel in Dubai is now hosting two brunches every Friday.

Garden on 8 at Media One Hotel in Dubai is now hosting two brunches every Friday.

Now, intrepid brunchers can spend more time with the team who won Bar Team of the Year at the Caterer Middle East Awards by attending the Feastival brunch in the afternoon, followed by the Smoke & Mirrors brunch in the evening.

The laid-back Feastival brunch is from 12.30pm to 4pm and features cooking stations from around the world and live music in its classic festival vibe. With no dress code it’s for chilling and relaxing in the summer tent.

It’s followed by Smoke & Mirrors at 7.30pm until 11pm which is packed with cheesy 70s and 80s tunes and dancing on the tables. Again, there’s more live cooking stations to supplement the party vibe and a DJ to keep it going.

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