Emaar Hospitality Group has partnered with Asian restaurant group, Maximal Concepts to bring Mexican street food concept, Brickhouse, to Dubai.
The new restaurant will be located on Dubai’s Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, adjacent to boutique lifestyle hotel, Manzil Downtown Dubai, with both indoor seating and an outdoor terrace.
Chris Newman, corporate director of operations at Emaar Hospitality Group, said: “With over 40 restaurants already in our portfolio, launching Brickhouse in Dubai marks a new step in our expansion plans.
“Our objective is to introduce an eclectic yet exciting concept that combines homemade authentic food that appeals to the city’s passionate food-lovers with a design-focused interior.
A creative venue targeted at Dubai’s young and trendy crowd, Brickhouse will invite local artists to cover its walls in street art.
The original Brickhouse restaurant in Hong Kong is headed up by executive chef Justin Haefler, who joined the team from Rick Bayless’ restaurants in California.
Newman added: “Brickhouse aims to be a local eatery involved with the community and part of Dubai life and artistic scene. Our outlets are associated with the highest standards in every aspect, where our F&B professionals are highly trained.
“We are committed to continuing outstanding service through such innovative dining-concepts that underline our strength as a homegrown hospitality company with an increasing international reputation.”
Brickhouse Dubai is set to open shortly and the timing will be weekdays from 12pm until midnight and weekends from 12pm until 1am.