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Two long-standing restaurants in Jumeirah Emirates Towers set to close

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Two of Dubai’s long-standing Japanese restaurants in Jumeirah Emirates Towers are set to close, it has just been confirmed. Harry Ghatto’s karaoke bar will soon be no more, as it closes its doors for good today. Meanwhile, [email protected] in Emirates Towers Boulevard will temporarily close and re-open in early 2017 with a brand new concept.

There isn’t much time to grab some Japanese food and belt out your favourite power ballad, as both restaurants will serve their final customers on Wednesday, 2 November.

Harry Ghatto’s has been a favourite karaoke spot in Dubai for 16 years, serving up a menu of Japanese-style bits along with private booths perfect for practicing your best Mariah Carey impression.

Emma Banks, General Manager of Jumeirah Restaurant Group, said: “We are committed to leading innovation in food and beverage and bringing the most exciting dining experiences to Dubai.  We would like to thank our colleagues for their hard work and dedication, as well as our loyal guests for the support shown to [email protected] and Harry Ghatto’s over the past 16 years. We look forward to introducing a brand new concept at the Boulevard early next year.”

No details have been released about what will take Harry Ghatto’s place, but apparently the closures are part of a Jumeirah-led innovation plan for Emirates Towers Boulevard.

Farewell, Harry Ghatto’s… we’ll leave you with our favourite karaoke song.

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