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New outlets open around Dubai Harbour Cruise Terminal

Cruise tourists can now shop at MMI and dine at L’Amo Bistro del Mare restaurant

Dubai Harbour, home to Dubai Harbour Cruise Terminal and Dubai Harbour Yacht Club, has added new outlets to its waterfront district.

Alcohol retailer MMI has just opened its 19th store at Dubai Harbour. The new MMI Dubai Harbour store, located on the ground floor of Harbour Masters Building, includes a chiller room for cold drinks so customers can buy their preferred drinks ready-chilled before boarding their boats and yachts.

Next door, newly launched Italian restaurant L’Amo Bistro del Mare pays tribute to the Italian coast with a fresh fish display, where the daily catch can be picked and cooked to order.

A partnership between Sunset Hospitality and Mine and Yours Group, the restaurant is overseen by executive chef Lorenzo Buccarini who will  be serving Calvisius caviar imported straight from Brescia, Italy

SeafoodDishes pay tribute to the Italian coast

L’Amo Bistro del Mare’s interiors feature neutral tones of beige and wood, with terrazzo style tiles characteristic of traditional Southern Italian restaurants. Fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows and a terrace, diners can enjoy views of Dubai Marina, Bluewaters Island, Ain Dubai and the Dubai Harbour Cruise Terminal.

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Home to the region’s first-ever dedicated, twin-terminal cruise port, Dubai Harbour Cruise Terminal is capable of accommodating two large cruise ships simultaneously.

The facility spans over 120,000 square metre with two purpose-built terminal buildings with four bespoke Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges that can simultaneously support the full turnaround of the largest class of cruise ships in the industry. 

For more information, visit www.dubaiharbour.com  

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