First Harper's Bazaar Café to open at D3 in 2016
Harper's Bazaar Café will feature a total dining capacity of 140, with 74 interior seats and 66 on a terrace
Dubai Design District has announced an agreement with Marka Hospitality to launch the first Harper's Bazaar Café in the first quarter of 2016, Arabian Business reported.
Harper's Bazaar Café, an extension of the luxury fashion magazine brand, will feature a total dining capacity of 140, with 74 interior seats and 66 on a terrace.
Mohammad Saeed Al Shehhi, chief operating officer of d3, said: "Through our partnership with Marka Hospitality we are proud to welcome this exciting and original F&B concept to d3, which will add a further lifestyle dimension to our already thriving community.
"We have designed d3 to become a dynamic ecosystem and by introducing the Harper's Bazaar Cafe as its latest offering we are taking another step in our journey to position d3 as an emerging, self-sufficient district of creativity."
The deal with Marka signifies the start of many new retail and hospitality agreements for d3 - as it looks to introduce many business partners to the design district throughout 2016, according to a statement.
It added that d3 has chosen to partner with 'bespoke and distinctive brands', with many selecting d3 as their first location and launch pad in the Middle East.
Khaled Almheiri, vice chairman and managing director of Marka, added: "Harper's Bazaar is a globally renowned title and leading fashion publication that is the epitome of glamour, sophistication and upmarket couture.
"Marka Hospitality is delighted to have partnered with d3 to bring the first ever Harper's Bazaar Café to Dubai."