Sheraton Grand Hotel bars offer free immunity boosters

Nido and Moe’s on Fifth are both including a free healthy juice shot in each order

The shot comprises kiwi and orange juice
The shot comprises kiwi and orange juice

As restaurants in the UAE shift to delivery-only operations, two F&B venues in Sheraton Grand Hotel are offering a complimentary health shot with each order.

Both Moe’s on Fifth and Nido will give customers a shot of kiwi and orange juice with their order to promote a healthy lifestyle amid quarantine measures. The venues also explained the beverage boosts the immune system.

Like many other hotels in the region, Sheraton Grand Hotel will soon host a live stream event to entertain people across the UAE. On April 2, both Moe’s and Nido will launch the #Togetherness campaign and host streams allowing users to meet the workforce of the venues, listen to their stories and all discuss the importance of the F&B industry.

The hotel added that its #togetherness campaign urges everyone to build upon their skills while at home and to learn a new hobby.

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