New Year’s offering at Sheraton Grand Hotel’s Nido

The newly-opened tapas bar will celebrate the New Year with an F&B deal

The New Year’s Eve package is set to cost AED 295 per person
The New Year’s Eve package is set to cost AED 295 per person

Intimate tapas bar Nido, located in the Sheraton Grand Hotel, will host a New Year’s Eve celebration.

Running from 6pm – 3am on New Year’s Eve, the venue will serve unlimited tapas and sangria to guests.

The Spanish-fusion bar will serve items such as chorizo gambas and burrata tiraditos.

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Opened in mid-November, the nightclub bar contains 12 tables, allowing for 70 seats. It joins F&B venues at the hotel such as Feast, Moe’s and Dawn & Dusk.

Accessible by a hidden entrance in Moe’s, Nido serves a variety of dishes from Spain and South America, as well as a selection of alcoholic beverages.

The New Year’s Eve package is set to cost AED295 per person.

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