By Staff writer
Tokyo@theTowers and Harry Ghatto’s to close in order to make way for new restaurant concepts
Jumeirah Restaurant Group, a Dubai-based restaurant management company, will unveil new restaurant concepts at Emirates Towers Boulevard early 2017 after closing two long-standing restaurants as part of its innovation plan.
The company will close Tokyo@theTowers and will launch a concept early 2017 adding to the rich and diverse range of outlets in the iconic building.
Harry Ghatto’s, a karaoke bar, will serve its last customers today (November 2) after completing 16 years in the city.
“We are committed to leading innovation in food and beverage and bringing the most exciting dining experiences to Dubai. We look forward to introducing a brand new concept at the Boulevard early next year,” said Emma Banks, General Manager of Jumeirah Restaurant Group.
The new plan is part of a Jumeirah-led innovation plan for Emirates Towers Boulevard.
ET Sushi, located below Tokyo@theTowers, will, however, continue to serve Japanese cuisine with a menu featuring all-new sushi selections and reinventions of izakaya dishes.For all the latest gourmet news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.