Dubai seafood restaurant Alici kicking off season with Amalfi-inspired party

The South of Italy will arrive in the UAE on Friday, November 22

Alici, Amalfi, Seafood, Italian, Party

The Amalfi coast is coming to Dubai as Italian seafood restaurant Alici starts the winter season off with a party.

From Orange Hospitality, the same group behind much-loved Il Borro Tuscan Bistro at Turtle Lagoon, Alici is going all out to celebrate the new season with DJ Le Flex flying in from Europe to join Alici’s resident DJs and get the party started on Friday, November 22.

Guests will be able to enjoy the finest wine and beverages from across Italy, and canapes from Alici’s main inspiration down south.

The event starts at 6pm and the dress code is ‘captivatingly capri’. Buy your tickets for AED350 per person on

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