The Oberoi Hotel, Dubai opens Pan-Latin lounge

La Mezcaleria is set to open in December 2019

La Mezcaleria is set to open as a rooftop restaurant and lounge with panoramic views of the skyline
La Mezcaleria is set to open as a rooftop restaurant and lounge with panoramic views of the skyline

Dubai’s The Oberoi Hotel, Business Bay will be opening a Pan-Latin lounge called La Mezcaleria in December 2019.

La Mezcaleria is set to open as a rooftop restaurant and lounge with panoramic views of the skyline that will accommodate over 500 guests.

The restaurant’s GM, Carlos Santos said: “We are truly delighted to introduce an innovative concept that explores the depths of Pan-Latin cuisine and offers a dynamic experience for Dubai’s cosmopolitan residents. Our vision is to create an energetic ambience with palatable food and magnificent views.”

Leading the restaurant, the head chef Sergio Quinonez will be preparing sharing style dishes, tacos and quesadillas, a selection of Mezcal drinks and Pan Latin food.

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