Going Out: Head to Barasti for Euro 2016 and enjoy a stadium experience

Jay Asser 23:50 14/06/2016
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  • Perfect picture: The Barasti Beach Stadium allows for the ultimate fan experience.

    The famous beach bar, located at Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, is screening the thrilling action throughout the tournament, up until the final on July 10.

    As it does during weekend nights, Barasti is drawing busy crowds for a lively atmosphere this summer and there are plenty of reasons to join the movement.

    England’s games are always a sure bet to bring out the masses with a big group of UK expats living in the emirate, but no matter which nation you support, Barasti is welcoming all fans to come out.

    After a huge renovation, the popular venue can accommodate up to 3,000 people. There’s now a new outdoor seating area which is as good as it gets for places to take in live sport while enjoying hot food and cool beverages.

    For those who prefer to watch indoors, the Barasti Beach Stadium allows for the ultimate fan experience in air-conditioned comfort.


    Cheer on your team!

    Regardless of where you choose to be, two giant screens will ensure you’re always on top of what’s happening on the pitch.

    One giant, 6.4m x 3.8m LED screen sits inside Barasti Beach Stadium, while a secondary giant screen is on the beach.

    Sit back and sip on some beverages with Barasti’s bucket deals, while also enjoying delicious food, such as favourites like the beef burger or the Walk the Dog sandwich. There’s also a wide grill selection, as well as tapas for sharing.

    For those wanting to make a night of it, come for the Euros and stay for the party. Some of the best DJs around will bump tunes at the renowned Sugar Beach nights to get you moving on the dance floor.

    “When the temperatures cool down, there’s no better place to while away the hours than the award winning Barasti Beach,” said a Barasti spokesperson.

    “A Dubai institution, Barasti offers the perfect mix of great music, delicious food and divine beverages against the stunning backdrop of Dubai Marina.

    “Open daily with free entry, it’s easy to see why we remain one of Dubai’s favourite hot spots year after year.”

    Check out Barasti’s social media channels and www.barastibeach.com for more information.

    Watch the Euros in a lively atmosphere this summer at Barasti, where the fun doesn’t stop.

    What: European Championship at Barasti
    Where: Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Dubai
    When: Open daily from 19:00 until the final on July 10
    Contact: Visit www.barastibeach.com and call 04 399 3333 for more information