Enjoy unlimited sushi and house drinks for Dhs150 at this new nightclub

DIFC’s brand-new nightlife venue, Mantis, has only been open for a couple of weeks, but it’s already introducing a brilliant deal for partygoers.

Open two nights a week for its signature nights on Wednesday and Fridays, on both nights, all guests can now enjoy two and a half hours of unlimited sushi and house beverages for just Dhs150 per person.

Now not only will you not have to worry about forking out a fortune for expensive drinks all night, you can also skip dinner and fill up on hand-crafted sushi. The deal is available to everyone from 10.30pm until 1am, although on Wednesdays ladies can enjoy complimentary beverages (including bubbly) until 1am.


First look: Inside Mantis, DIFC’s brand new nightlife venue

Get ready party people, a brand new nightlife venue is opening in DIFC and it’s set to shake things up for those looking for a luxury night out.

Mantis can be found in Emirates Financial Towers and ahead of its opening on Friday March 15, we’ve headed inside for a first look around.

The 8,500 square foot space boasts a state-of-the-art light and sound system, a central DJ booth with a dramatic mantis head on the front, and a long bar which runs almost all the way down one side of the lounge


Brand-new nightclub coming to Dubai

Dubai’s nightlife scene is already buzzing with some of the best spots in the UAE, but now the looks to be a hot new addition to the scene.

Luxury nightclub Mantis is throwing open its doors in November, and it wants to treat you to the VIP experience.

The new club will be in Emirates Financial Towers in DIFC and will feature “state-of-the-art lighting, sound, audio and digital technology,” which means a brand-new stellar night out for all the partygoers.

The 8,500sqft nightclub will welcome guests with a huge Mantis, designed by Italian artist Tomaso Albertini, along with interiors designed by French design team Exception.

Mantis will also have a mirrored corridor from floor to the roof and promises “audio and visual performances”.

One of the more intriguing parts of the venue is that it will have a “triangular experience of seating,” with 360-degree views of the club.

It will also boast an “Immersive Room” for guests to unwind – found in the centre of the club, which will serve up Kopi Luwak coffee, one of the most expensive types of coffee in the world.

The new spot will also be welcoming international artists, although there is no official word of who might grace the stage as yet.

Mantis will have various themed nights throughout the week, along with a resident house party once a month.

“Our aim is to create a truly VIP experience, which will match offerings that can only be found in some of the clubbing hotspots around the world, such as Las Vegas, Ibiza and Los Angeles,” said Danny Planter, owner of D&T Group, the parent company of Mantis.


Dubai’s Brand New Luxury Nightclub, Mantis to Open in DIFC this November

Mantis will mark the launch of the UAE’s first home grown nightclub brand, promising to set the standard for Dubai’s night life scene.

Mantis is set to open its doors this November in the heart of the city, at Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), guarenteed to offer something new to the region’s nightlife scene. Situated on podium level in Emirates Financial Towers, the premimum nightclub will breathe everything about Dubai’s VIP nightlife scene and promises to be the city’s most exclusive place to be this winter and beyond.
The first nightclub on the wall street of Dubai, the luxurious nightlife venue will boast a 7-star experience for the crème de la crème of the clubbing world. Created with the purpose of re-defining luxury nightclub culture, the generous 8,500sqft venue will feature state-of-the-art lighting, sound, audio and digital techhnology, unrivialed by any other venue in the city to create a seamless, immersive and authentic clubbing experience.

Elite Franchise Magazine Covers The Butcher

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