2014-02-10 13:25:07 - Company to give jazz lovers a taste of its diverse menu
Man’oushe Street, a popular Middle Eastern eatery that serves traditional, home-styled street food, has announced that it will be serving its popular menu offerings at this year’s edition of the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival, which will be held from February 13 to February 20, 2014 at the Festival Park ground area of Dubai Festival City. Participating for the first time, Man’oushe Street will be give jazz lovers a taste of its diverse menu of snacks like manakeesh, bureks, wrap sandwiches, pizza and sweets.
“The Dubai Jazz Festival has become one of the most awaited musical events in the emirate—where music fans from all over the region flock to see some of the world’s leading pop, rock and jazz artists.
We are excited for this opportunity to be able to bring our traditional street food to such an event. There is no better way to enjoy the concerts than with a healthy and tasty manoushe and an icy cold beverage. Being part of the Dubai Jazz Festival is part of the continuing efforts to reach out to a wider consumer base and remain true to our commitment to serve only high quality, fully nutritious, home-styled cooked meals,” concluded Jihad El Eit, Founder and CEO, Man’oushe Street.
Now in its 12th year, the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival is an annual music extravaganza that showcases a unique take on jazz, pop and rock. This year’s edition, which is being geared up to be the festival’s biggest one ever, will feature legendary rock icon Santana, popular 90’s rock band Stone Temple Pilots, female singer / songwriter Colbie Caillat, British pop band The Wanted, and UK pop act Olly Murs.