The new open­ings will race their way onto Yas Is­land this month

What's On (Abu Dhabi) - - CONSUME -

Just in time for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Is­land is set to wel­come three brand new open­ings. And if you’ve dined or par­tied in Dubai, you’ve prob­a­bly heard of two of them.

Dubai’s Bri­tish gas­tropub The Scene and pop­u­lar party spot Mr Miyagi’s are both set to open their doors in Yas Ma­rina, along­side a new con­cept called Casa De Cuba.

All three spots will open on Thurs­day Novem­ber 22, just in time for the first day of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix fes­tiv­i­ties. At The Scene, Yas Ma­rina guests can ex­pect top Bri­tish gas­tro dishes, craft beers and a fam­ily-friendly at­mos­phere. A botanist gar­den will serve up a ded­i­cated gin-based cock­tail menu, while live acous­tic mu­si­cians will dic­tate the tempo at the new fam­ily-friendly spot.

While at Mr Miyagi’s, guests can ex­pect the same all-singing, all-danc­ing brunches, live karaoke and cabaret shows that have made its Dubai out­post so leg­endary, cou­pled with some se­ri­ously im­pres­sive Yas Ma­rina views.

For the Cuban cock­tail bar, Casa De Cuba, the brand have teamed up with Di­nos Con­stan­tinides, cock­tail leg­end and owner of the world’s 25th best cock­tail bar, Lost & Found. Promis­ing ‘a qual­ity, au­then­tic Cuban ex­pe­ri­ence from decor to scent to taste to sound’, we’ve got high ex­pec­ta­tions for some top-notch cock­tails served up to a weekly pro­gram of live DJs and Cuban style per­cus­sion­ists.

Over race week­end, it’ll be free en­try at The Scene with or with­out an F1 pass, and the reg­u­lar a la carte menu served from mid­day. At Casa De Cuba, F1 passes aren’t nec­es­sary, with small ta­bles for up to six start­ing from Dhs2,500 min­i­mum spend up to Dhs10,000 for a VIP booth for eight to ten guests. For Mr Miyagi’s, again you won’t need a pass to en­ter, with ta­bles of six to eight start­ing from a min­i­mum spend of Dhs2,500.

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