A look at the dining scene around Abu Dhabi during F1 weekend

&MaxW=640&imageVersion=default&AR-141118971Even without a ticket in hand, you can soak up the atmosphere of all the F1 action – and in some cases see the race – by scoring a seat in one of these restaurants. But don’t wait – they’ll surely sell out by the time the races start.

The Grand Prix Brunch Feast on an all-inclusive gourmet brunch in the Marina Suites at Yas Marina Circuit on Friday from 11am to 4pm. But the bonuses start a day earlier. In addition to a Friday-brunch ticket, which includes unlimited food and beverage, a seat for F1 practice sessions 1 and 2 and admission to the Friday after-race concert with the Dutch DJ Armin van Buuren, you’ll also get two tickets to the Thursday post-race concert, featuring performances by the Emirati singer Fayez Al Saeed and last year’s Arab Idol winner Mohammed Assaf. Plus you get free parking and access to all entertainment areas and the F1 village. Brunch tickets are Dh1,495 per person. Limited availability. For reservations, call 02 659 9800.

ROKU The Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi and The Podium Lounge have teamed up to bring ROKU, a Japanese pop-up restaurant. ROKU will feature a three-course post-race dinner from Thursday to Sunday. Dinner runs from 7pm to 10pm and includes admission to The Podium Lounge from 10pm onward. Thursday, Dh1,000; Friday and Saturday, Dh1,200; and Sunday, Dh1,400. For reservations, call Yas Viceroy reservations 02 656 0600.

Original article by Stacie Overton Johnson

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A look at the dining scene around Abu Dhabi during F1 weekend



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