The St Regis Doha will debut their latest concept, The Raw Bar, on October 1, following up on the successful launches of The Club and Oyster Bay Live earlier this month.
In an intimate dinning setting, with only 11 seats available, The Raw Bar will feature an exquisite menu of sushi, sashimi and seafood including oysters and caviar, with a greater emphasis on fresh, raw food.
The Club ‘offers world-class live music, lively performances and delicious soul food.’ It will feature a roster of world renowned artists including soul vocalist, Judi Jackson; the smooth sound of funk and soul vocalist, Tasha Danae; drummer, Michael Pignéguy; pianist, Davis Whitfield; who will all be joined by tenor saxophonist and seasoned performer, Jonathan Beshay; and seasoned bassist Gilard Lopes. Gregory Generet is performing until October 1.
Oyster Bay Live is open every Tuesday to Saturday from sunset until late, featuring a new Cuban band playing crowd-favourites and signature music styles including rhumba, Afro-Cuban jazz, salsa, soukous as well as Spanish fusion genres.
“Launching three new concepts at the St Regis Doha is an important pillar in our strategy for growth and diversified offering to Doha,” said general manager Tareq Derbas, who is also area general manager of Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, Iran and Iraq for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Middle East.
In collaboration with Café Mambo Ibiza, the Rooftop is bringing one international DJ per month. The Rooftop will also offer House Music on Thursday and Retro night on Friday with Retrofusion Nights. Every Saturday, guests will celebrate the weekend at The Rooftop with Aperiparty Nights.
Guests can now enjoy a revamped menu at Astor Grill featuring dry aged meat, a selection of prime cuts featuring Australian T-bone and Wagyu Tomahawk and American Ribeye available only at the St Regis Doha. These cuts have been selected and aged to tender perfection for more than 21 days in a private humidity-controlled dry aging cabinet at the hotel to preserve the concentration and saturation of the natural flavour and the tenderisation of the meat texture.
The St Regis Grand Brunch, described as the biggest brunch in Doha, will also continue to delight its guests with live entertainment. The culinary journey at The St Regis Doha spans more than 2,000sqm of offerings by leading Chefs from Astor Grill, Opal by Gordon Ramsay, Vine and Al Sultan Brahim.
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