JBR’s newest attraction will allow guests to have drinks in the sky
If the usual dinner and drinks isn’t doing it for you anymore, we have the perfect solution. Introducing JBR’s latest initiative, Flying Cup Dubai.
The soon to be opened project will allow you and your friends as well as family members over the age of four to enjoy a bevvie whilst being suspended some 40 metres in the sky.
According to the up and coming project’s website, flyingcup.ae, prices start at AED75 per person with its operating time running from 10am to midnight, every Thursday to Saturday. And, while the exact opening date is yet to be announced, the attraction’s rapid progress indicates that it could be sooner than we think.
While we patiently wait for Flying Cup Dubai to open, here’s a shortlist of restaurants and unique dining experiences to try in the meantime.
Dubai’s first and only revolving restaurant will have you spinning around quite literally. Indulge in dishes like slow baked US ribs and teriyaki salmon steak whilst the ever changing scenery provides the night’s entertainment. Not recommended for those who have a fear of heights or are prone to motion sickness.
Where: Al Dawaar, Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira
Contact: +971 4 317 2221, website
Royal Beach Dinner
Why sit with strangers when you and your partner can bask in the glory that is yourselves? With the sound of waves providing the perfect ambiance and the night sky combined with the stunning views of the sea, The Royal Beach at Atlantis The Palm is perfect for those looking to get away from it all. Prices start from AED3000.
Where: Atlantis The Palm, Jumeirah
Contact: +971 4 426 2626, website
Ditch the main land and embark on a romantic dinner date at sea. With mouth-watering dishes like Australian black Angus tenderloin, Alaskan king crab and the oven roasted barbarie duck breast, Bateaux Dubai offers dishes that are just as impressive as its view.
Where: Bur Dubai, opposite the Consulate of Kuwait
Contact: +971 4 814 5553, website