The bar has been created by the team behind Nobu Dubai.
UAE night owls, we have some good news and some bad news. The good news: Nobu Dubai has opened Nobu Privé, a speakeasy inside Atlantis, The Palm. The bad news: The only way to gain entry is through a special member’s card or for those in the know. So, we’re here to let you in on a secret.
Nobu Privé is inspired by a traditional Japanese izakaya, and offers a high-end, late-night experience. Located inside Nobu Dubai, it is situated on the 22nd floor of Atlantis, The Palm and is an intimate spot with only 43 seats.
Nobu Privé is a hidden venue with elegant features, which include plush sofas, corner tables, low-lit lights and floor-to-ceiling windows, which showcase the Insta-worthy views of Palm Jumeirah. The venue brings together cool DJs: Jenn Getz and Alfie play disco, funk and house on Fridays, and DJ Emir will play old-school hits and remixes on Saturdays. The Nobu Privé’s beverage list includes bubbles, artisanal cocktails and Japanese whiskeys. The food menu includes small sharing plates: Chu-toro Tataki Kinome Miso, Lobster Wasabi sour cream tacos, and Wagyu Dumplings with spicy butter ponzu.
Here’s how to check out Nobu Privé. Tables can be booked but there is a minimum spend of AED 1,000 per person. If you have dined at Nobu Dubai beforehand, you may be one of the select guests who can enter the new bar. Plus, black card members automatically receive access to a table, privileges and invitation-only events.
Nobu Privé opens on 29 September and will be open Friday and Saturday from 10pm to 3am.
GO: Visit www.atlantis.com for more information.