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As #12 on the "World’s 100 Best Clubs 2017" list, Cavalli Club Dubai is located in the heart of Dubai’s financial district, precisely in the world-renown Fairmont Dubai. Cavalli Club Dubai offers an exclusive experience to all its guests, not only being a restaurant and lounge but also transforming into a dancing haven as the evening progresses. Upon setting foot in the venue, clients get the feel of extravagance infused with the style and flair of Roberto Cavalli, accompanied by 350,000 Swarovski Crystals, high-end finishes, modern architecture and of course Cavalli’s signature animal prints.
Cavalli Club Dubai is also distinguished for its cuisine, fit to satisfy any palette with its Italian-International fusion menu. Moreover, Cavalli’s expert chef serves up the best fine foods elaborated with top-quality ingredients presented and executed on Roberto Cavalli's fashionable crockery and cutlery. Not to mention, Cavalli Club Dubai confides in paying attention to the finer detail, from the moment you walk in you will be welcomed by a magnificent setting and greeted by an incredible staff who will escort you up to the main salon and lounge where you can enjoy melodies and rhythms while dining or lounging the night away. Not only are the staff professional and friendly but also constantly looking after clients and anticipating anything that they may need. In the mood for a drink? Allow the award-winning bar team whip up the best blends and unique cocktails made with premium spirits such as Roberto Cavalli Vodka.
As night falls, the ambience morphs into a nightclub vibe where clients can dance the night away, leaded by the best resident DJS in town as well as top international artists such as Kid Ink, Sean Paul and Bob Sinclar. It’s no surprise that the venue is frequently visited by A-list celebrities who also choose Cavalli as their venue of choice for their private events. Cavalli Club Dubai was also awarded "Best Urban Night 2016" at the Time Out Dubai Nightlife Awards, and the Hozpitality Excellence Awards 2016 as a "Gold Winner of the Best Italian". Cavalli Club Dubai is #GoldMember of the International Nightlife Association and so, recommended by our organization.
San Francisco state Sen. Scott Wiener today reintroduced legislation that would allow a handful of cities to extend alcohol sales as late as 4 a.m., following the death of a similar bill in committee last year.
Senate Bill 905 would create a five-year pilot program giving six cities -- San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, Sacramento, West Hollywood and Long Beach -- the option to extend the hours for alcohol sales at bars, nightclubs and restaurants, but not liquor stores.
The bill, which gives cities the flexibility to limit extended hours to certain neighborhoods or specific nights of the week or year, has the backing of local officials in the named cities as well as restaurant and nightclub owners and business groups.
Wiener called the bill a "nuanced and responsible approach."
"California is a diverse state with cities and neighborhoods that have different needs for nightlife, and we shouldn't have a one-size-fits-all closing time," Wiener said in a statement. "Nightlife is central to the culture and economy of many of our cities, and they should be empowered to extend alcohol sales hours if they choose."
Wiener introduced a similar bill last year, which passed the Senate with a two-third vote but then died in the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
Cities would need to develop a plan and go through a process to approve late night drinking hours, and individuals businesses would still need to apply for extended hours licenses.
Cities that allow alcohol service beyond 2 a.m. include Chicago, Washington, D.C., New York City, Buffalo, Las Vegas, Louisville, Atlanta, Miami Beach and New Orleans.