Salties beach bar and grill

Expo 2020 Dubai / UAE / 2021

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An indoor beach bar showcasing sustainability, accessibility, and the world’s best culture of Caribbean entertainment. The indoor beach bar & grill is located on the first floor at the EXPO Opportunity District - Caribbean Lounge OS06, in front of Visitor Centre 1. There you can find sand, sunshine, and shisha.
Two terraces with private booths overlook the world within Expo.
About the interiors, a huge sandbox, boasting colourful tables and chairs, sustainably sourced give a fresh new look to the chilling space. The Salties team recycled gorgeous furniture, disregarded by previous owners but still with their own history.
Salties modified and transformed them through colours, writings, and repairs and given them a new life naming every piece of furniture with famous places and beaches of Grenada, like Saint George and Castle Hill. There are little islands within the restaurant that brings pieces of the world together, just like the country of Grenada, famously known as “The Spice Isle”, consisting of the main island of Grenada and eight satellite islands.

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    An indoor beach bar showcasing sustainability, accessibility, and the world’s best culture of Caribbean entertainment. The indoor beach bar & grill is located on the first floor at the EXPO Opportunity District - Caribbean Lounge OS06, in front of Visitor Centre 1. There you can find sand, sunshine, and shisha.Two terraces with private booths overlook the world within Expo.About the interiors, a huge sandbox, boasting colourful tables and chairs, sustainably sourced give a fresh new...

    Project details
    • Year 2021
    • Work started in 2020
    • Work finished in 2021
    • Client Opxe Investment LLC
    • Contractor Bespoke casa
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Bars/Cafés / Pubs/Wineries / Restaurants / Interior Design / Custom Furniture
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