Covid forces closure of UAE’s highest restaurant

DG Staff

RAS ALKHAIMAH 19 February 2021: The highest restaurant in the UAE – 1484 By Puro – has been temporarily closed due to the ongoing pandemic.

“In light of the strengthened restrictions put in place to ensure the wellbeing of all visitors to Ras Al Khaimah, and in our ongoing pursuit to ensure that our guests have the best possible experience, we have decided to temporarily close 1484 By Puro on Jebel Jais,” said a company statement.

“We see this as an opportune time to enhance our offering and reconfigure and expand the space to create an even more memorable dining experience. 1484 By Puro has been a resounding success ever since it opened in October last year. To cater for its increasing popularity and the continued public support, we will be offering our guests an alternative and unique outdoor pop-up dining experience in an equally spectacular location, ideal for social distancing. This will run until the new, more expansive space is finalised and ready to re-welcome guests,” the statement said.

“We will also be moving the Toroverde Adventure Center to a temporary spot so not to disturb our Jebel Jais Flight customers while the work is taking place.

“We thank everyone in advance for their patience while we reimagine our beloved restaurant. In the meantime, we look forward to welcoming guests to our exciting new pop up!” it added.


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