‘Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry – and there’s no better place to do that than at Lucky Voice thanks to their incredible Christmas deals.
The karaoke bar and party joint has had to adapt their business in 2020 with karaoke still on the naughty list thanks to the Covid-19 restrictions.
So instead, they’ve turned the venue into a proper party place with some incredible DJs. And they’ve now added some seriously good food to the deal.
Both their famous Wednesday and Friday brunches will have festive add-ons, with prices starting from AED195 for unlimited food and non-alcoholic drinks or AED250 with house drinks.
They’ve also launched their Festive Menu for the whole month. Which. Looks. Delicious.
Their three-course deal includes an appetizer, main, dessert and drink and is just AED195. Plus, if you’re a group of 10, you’ll get a 10% discount. And a group of 30 will get 15% off.
Just check out some of the dishes on offer… (insert drool emoji here!)
Call 800 – 58259 (LUCKY) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
They’ve also gone all-in on Christmas with a Brunch Out Loud deal for the big day itself.
That’s Christmas at Lucky Voice sorted then!
3 reasons you need to check out Said Mrad at Lucky Voice
As well as amazing food, Lucky Voice has brought in Arabic music legend Said Mrad for a Thursday night residency. A proper legend of the Middle East’s music scene, we’ve run through three cast-iron reasons why you need to check out his Lucky Voice residency. We’re honestly very lucky to have him in our city!
1 He’s a legend
We’ve said this already, but it bears repeating. Named as the No.1 DJ in the Middle East, he’s the pioneer of Arabian Electronic dance music. He’s released seven albums, toured the planet since starting out in 1990. In fact, it’s fair to say he’s forgotten more about Djing and dance music than most of us will ever know in a lifetime.
2 He’s a Lebanese legend
The Lebanese DJ isn’t just a big deal in the Middle East, he’s a big deal pretty much everywhere. Even George Clooney thinks so, after Said was booked to play his wedding to Amal Alamuddin back in 2014.
3 He’s played everywhere
From Ibiza to Paris, Zurich to Cyprus, Egypt to Monte Carlos, he’s played everywhere. And Said Mrad is now calling Lucky Voice his home every Thursday where he’ll be playing an open-format set from 9 pm to 1 am.