Bennigan’s opens second Dubai branch
Dubai, May 7, 2013
US-based Bennigan’s, a chef-driven neighborhood restaurant chain famous for its generous portions and pours, has expanded its presence in Dubai by opening a second branch in the Dubai Mall.
The new branch is located at the fountain level and has a seating capacity of 208. The renowned brand was introduced to the UAE by Dynamic Hospitality, a food and beverage investment company operating under the umbrella conglomerate Al Aroud Group.
The first Bennigan’s restaurant in Dubai, situated in the Claren’s building on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, was opened in January. Known for its large portions and friendly ambiance, Bennigan’s was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, in 1976. The chain has presence across the US, South America, Asia, and the Middle East.
Saleh Al Aroud, chairman of Al Aroud Group, said: “Bennigan’s launch in the UAE has been met with much fanfare and the brand is delivering its generous hospitality experience to an appreciative audience.”
“We are delighted to add to Bennigan’s presence by opening up a new branch in the Dubai Mall, which is one of the city’s premier retail and leisure destinations. The popularity of our first branch that opened earlier this year has confirmed that the diverse audiences in the UAE are always on the lookout for comfortable hospitality and dining experiences.”
Bennigan’s menu offers a wide selection of American fare which includes signature certified Angus beef hand cut to suite the guests’ preferences along with the world famous Monte Cristo, Bennigan’s original, lightly fried and served with raspberry preserves for a unique combination of flavors, all offered generously. - TradeArabia News Service
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