Paru at Caesars Resort, Bluewaters, to launch Secret Circus Brunch

Expect weekly circus entertainment and a live DJ from October 18

Paru at Caesars Resort, Bluewaters Island
Paru at Caesars Resort, Bluewaters Island

Japanese restaurant Paru at Caesars Resort in Dubai is launching a Secret Circus Brunch from October 18.

Taking place every Friday, the four hour extravaganza will feature multi-skilled circus acts, a live DJ, and a percussionist.

The Bluewaters Island located concept will come to life each Friday, with guests enjoying dishes served to the table which include hot and cold sharing starters, followed by a choice of a la carte mains, unlimited sushi, and a wheel of Instagrammable desserts.

There will be drinks stations around the restaurant and terrace for those on the soft (AED299), house (AED399), sparkling (AED499), or champagne (AED599) packages, and the fun doesn’t need to stop when the event does at 5pm, as there will be post-brunch packages available also, starting from AED100 for three drinks.

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