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The Maine, Riyadh: Dive into Exquisite Seafood Delights

LifestyleThe Maine, Riyadh: Dive into Exquisite Seafood Delights

Among Dubai’s most adored native eateries, Maine has three award-winning concepts in Dubai and a stunning offshoot in London.

The Maine New England Brasserie Company, which created them, is now moving into Saudi Arabia. Bring a pop-up version of their outstanding The Maine Mayfair to Riyadh Season 2022.

The Maine Mayfair pop-up will be open for six weeks and replicate the opulent brasserie look and feel at its temporary location in the Al Murabba District. There will be little time to wait since The Maine Mayfair Pop-Up debuts on Thursday, November 3.

The Riyadh version features 120 guest rooms. It shares the same jaw-dropping décor as the British metropolis. Consider wooden booths, crimson velvet curtains, rattan accents, and recognizable chandeliers with the same luxury as The Maine in London.

A great selection from the raw bar, quality cuts of meat, and fresh seafood cooked to order are available for customers to enjoy at The Maine.

These dishes are on the menu with a new range of brasserie classics. The restaurant will initially only be open for dinner starting at 6 p.m. But at this must-see pop-up, it won’t just be about the meal.

A selection of renowned jazz musicians and performers will perform for guests as they sip fruity mocktails and eat from Maine’s expertly crafted cuisine as part of the “Curation of Maine All-Stars” event.

Various jazz acts. Iain Mackenzie, Emma Smith, Megan McConnell, Billie, and Atila will make their Kingdom debuts as part of the lineup.

All promise to transport listeners back to the heyday of music. Jazz, swing, and blues from the 1940s and 1950s are all included in the setlist.

Joey Ghazal, Maine’s founder and managing director, says, “We are happy to be a part of this spectacular event, among some of the biggest brands, and to present The Maine to the Saudi market.

In the foreseeable future, We look forward to investigating how we may be a more permanent feature of this vision.”