For those who are looking for a way of life different and new in Dubai, Box Park is the best open air shopping destination at Al Wasl Road. Developed by Meraas Holding, it is a funky, colourful new 1.2km strip. Around half of the Jumeirah 1 development’s scoffing and shopping outlets are open “of a planned 44″, with 30 cafés and restaurants and 14 shops set to make up BoxPark.
Box park offers a wide range of unique shopping experiences and restaurant options that have been picked up specially from around the world within a modern concept satisfy all tastes of the emirate’s population .
Box park offers to the people of Dubai and visitors a new option gives them the opportunity to enjoy the experience of shopping in a distinctive outdoor. Following the success of similar concepts around the world, represents a “Box Park” a hospitable welcome visitors who are looking for change.
* Must-visit shops
Polliwalks: to sell children’s shoes shop, lends a touch fun on the feet of children through a variety of shapes and colors.
Rundholz: German luxury brand of fashion.
Urbanist: where the population of the city of Dubai is looking forward to the latest fashion and unique experiences as well as interesting and distinctive paintings and colors for their homes things – without giving up their passion for authentic heritage.
Typo: submit innovative ideas for gifts and stationery and decoration of rooms and other distinctive products.
The Zoo: innovative shop for gifts, clothing and accessories, combining different styles and forms of innovative and inspiring manner.
Toms: specialized global brand, which drew Olbargata Argentine design for making shoes and glasses, and is committed to providing sales revenue to the needy in developing countries.
LIV by Giant: specialized bike shop offers a comprehensive range of products designed specifically for women passengers cycling females, ranging from the beautiful to the high-end sportswear and premium bikes.
Nike: reflects the brand’s commitment to sport to inspire women and men to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Adidas: a mix of everyday clothing and high fashion includes colored sports uniforms, T-shirts decorated, and sporting a distinctive footwear and accessories.
* Must-try eats:
Logma: Logma serves up a contemporary take on the region’s traditional dishes. Expect interiors that mirror that tradition-meets-trendy ethos.
Studio Masr: This restaurant focuses on cuisine from Egypt while incorporating Lebanese, Jordanian and Saudi Arabian flavours.
Big Smoke Burger: The Toronto chain’s first UAE outlet promises a menu jam-packed with comfort food options, all created using fresh (never frozen) ingredients.
Grom: Founded in Italy in 2003, the brand sells ‘100 percent natural’ gelato, with more than 20 flavours on offer including pistachio, stracciatella and a caffè and caramel gelato, plus sorbets such mango and lemon.
Dri Dri: Another member of the glorious gelato brigade, Italian import Dri Dri also serves up all-natural concoctions from its small outlet at the Park. Sample exotic flavours such as liquorice and custard cream, as well as unspeakably delicious sorbets including pink grapefruit and even kiwi combinations
Bianca Mozzarella: Named after the founders’ grandmother, the house speciality at the bright and airy eatery is a choice of fresh cheeses (including buffalo mozzarella, ricotta and truffle burrata) which diners can pair with one of a variety of Mediterranean side dishes. There are also salads, Italian hot mains, sandwiches, pastas and more to munch.
Ahwak: Named after ‘Ahwak’, a composition by 20th century Egyptian singer and composer, Abd El Wahab (meaning ‘I Love You’), this is the funky café’s second outlet – the first opened in TECOM’s Grand Millennium hotel at the start of the year. The menu is teeming with Lebanese favourites – stop for a coffee or fresh juice with a shisha, or tuck into salads, mezze, charcoal grilled meats, sandwiches and Arabic desserts.
Shish Fish: Inspired by restaurants that line Turkey’s Bosporus, Shish Fish is brand new to Dubai and will serve a wide range of Mediterranean seafood, imported daily to the restaurant. Turkish chefs will man the kitchen, sending out a raft of the nation’s best-known dishes – including fish served skewered on a bed of charcoal.
Gossip Desserts: This home-grown café doesn’t just serve pretty puddings – a full Euro-American (and Emirati-infused) menu serving everything from eggs to pizzas means you can head here for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
The “Box Park” is strategically located in Al Wasl Road between Safa Park and Emirates Post. It can be reached this destination from Sheikh Zayed Road through Safa Park exit towards Jumeirah area, and is easily accessible via bus RTA.
How to contact them for more information?
+971 800 637227
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