Westin Dubai’s Bar Rumba announces weekly happy hour

Including DJ and music performances

The bar will be running an offer pricing cocktail shots at AED 30
The bar will be running an offer pricing cocktail shots at AED 30

Bar Rumba, the Latino-inspired bar in The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, has revealed its happy hours, set to be held every week.

Running from 9pm to 10pm every Wednesday, there will be a happy hour on select drinks. The venue offers a number of classic cocktails as well as some of its own inventions from its Tiki cocktail menu.

It explains that it shall run an offer pricing cocktail shots at AED 30.

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DJ Bien Feliz will be performing from 9pm to 3am on Wednesdays. The music style is promised to be a mix of Latino commercial and hip-hop.

Bar Rumba, which opened last year, is located above the established Asia de Cuba F&B venue. It boasts ‘Havana’ backdrops and a tropical style interior.

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