Time Out brings a brilliant new foodie attraction to the UAE

A tasty Time Out Market will launch in Dubai by 2020

Time Out brings a brilliant new foodie attraction to the UAE

If you love regualr trips to Dubai we have some big news for you as the city is about to get a whole lot better for foodies. 

Time Out Group is launching a tasty new hotspot in the emirate that will thrill anyone who likes nightlife, eating out and culture.

Time Out Market will bring the best of Dubai's restaurants, bars and cultural experiences — all handpicked by expert Time Out editors — together under one roof.

The market is set to open in Souk Al Bahar in Downtown Dubai at the end of 2020.

Feeling hungry and not sure what you want? No worries: The market will feature 16 of Dubai’s top chefs and celebrated restaurants, three lounges, plus more, over 30,000 sq ft, with room for 670 diners.

The Market is one of several that Time Out is launching globally. The hugely popular Time Out Market Lisbon opened in 2014, Time Out Market Miami will open in South Beach in 2019, while Chicago, Boston, New York and Montreal markets will also open this year. Time Out Market London-Waterloo is set to open in 2021, and Prague in 2022.

For a preview of Time Out Market Dubai, look to Time Out Market Lisbon, which has become the Portuguese capital's number-one tourist attraction. A record 3.9 million people visited the Lisbon Market in 2018, exploring its restaurants, bars and cafés, shops and more.

Time Out currently curates the best of 315 cities in 58 countries, with a global monthly audience reach of 144 million.

We hope you're just as excited as we are to bring this centre of cuisine and culture to the UAE. In the meantime, stayed tuned to Time Out Dubai for all the updates you'll need.

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