Nightlife

This new rooftop lounge brings a taste of Miami to DIFC

Mi Amie makes its Dubai debut this weekend.

It’s been nearly seven years since construction on Museum of the Future began, but we have yet to tire of its striking facade – especially at night, when it’s vividly illuminated. Now, a new rooftop venue is promising unparalleled nocturnal views of this beloved landmark, and it opens its doors this Friday. Meet Mi Amie, the latest addition to Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

Mi Amie

Located on Level One, the al fresco bar, lounge and restaurant is rooted in Miami vibes, pairing Latin and Afro-house music with Asian-Peruvian food and creative cocktails. We’re told that ambient turquoise and flamingo pastels with bright neon accents drive Mi Amie’s aesthetics, drawing inspiration from Miami’s artistic legacy, Art Deco. Come Friday, guests will be able to relax with shisha on the lounge sofas or unwind in a private cabana retreat any night of the week. Salsa Tuesdays will add a little spice to the workweek, while live shows will complement the dining experience on weekends.

Over at the bar, the new venue will add its own spin to old favourites. As for original concoctions? The Sunset Spritz features Aperol, grapefruit, prosecco and soda, while Approach with Caution is a blend of dark rum, white rum, Orgeat, kaffir leaves, orange and peach. Alongside, the Asian-Peruvian bites are designed for sharing.

Mi Amie

Signature offerings include Wild Seabass Carpaccio, Blow-Torched A5 Wagyu Sushi Rolls, Braised Beef Rib Croquettes, Boston Lobster Spring Rolls, and Miso-Champagne Glazed Chilean Seabass Skewers. And with Mi Amie open until 2am every night, some of Dubai’s best resident DJs are expected to spin and scratch post-sundown.

GO: Email mi-amie@jumeirah.com or call 04 330 0000 for reservations and more information.

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Samia Qaiyum
A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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