Wyndham Dubai Marina launches the Brunch ‘N’ Stay package

The package features a brunch at Blacksmith Smokehouse and a stay for two

The package features an overnight stay at the property with a choice of Thursday or Friday brunches
The package features an overnight stay at the property with a choice of Thursday or Friday brunches

Wyndham Dubai Marina has launched its Brunch ‘N’ Stay package.

The package features an overnight stay at the property with a choice of Thursday night brunch, Friday afternoon brunch or Friday night brunch inclusive of house beverages at the dining venue, Blacksmith Smoke House. Also on offer is breakfast for two.

The ‘Hot Turkey’ Thursday night brunch, from 7pm to 11pm is a three-course feast which features a selection of BBQ smoked meat including platters of smoked brisket, turkey and lamb ribs accompanied by sides such as sweet potato mash, mac & cheese, armadillo eggs and brisket along with southern cocktails and house beverages.

Friday’s Alamo BBQ brunch from 1pm to 5pm and Alamo BBQ Night brunch from 7pm to 11pm features starters such as Texas brisket nachos, lamb sliders and BBQ wings while live BBQ stations serve up mains of chicken and beef sausages as well as  burritos including chicken, brisket and shrimp choices.

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