SALT Camp’s art-inspired pop-up opens at Louvre Abu Dhabi
Gather around the pit fire and pink tents from 24 February.
Combine culture with food and visit Salt Camp’s new pop-up at Louvre Abu Dhabi. The homegrown restaurant is launching an immersive experience at the museum. So, if you love burgers and shakes, here’s what to expect from Salt Camp at Louvre Abu Dhabi, which opens on 24 February.
Salt Camp has bought its signature look to the Louvre Abu Dhabi, which is located on Saadiyat Island. The alfresco space includes tents, fire pits, a sandy expanse and an immersive experience.
Drawing inspiration from the gallery, the brand has created Salt’s The Art has Left the Frame. The experience includes a 3D interpretation of some of the world’s most famous artworks, from Leonardo Da Vinci’s La Belle Ferronniere to Van Gogh’s self-portrait.
Salt Camp at Louvre Abu Dhabi offers the restaurant’s signature burgers, shakes and desserts. So, here’s your chance to dig into its famous savoury burgers and Insta-worthy desserts. Plus, if the brand’s recent pop-ups are anything to go by, which have taken place in locations ranging from AlUla to the Museum of the Future, we expect live music and DJs.
Founders Deem al Bassam and Amal al Marri explained: “Art and culture are at the heart of everything we do at Salt. We believe in pushing the boundaries of traditional artistic expression and finding new ways to connect our community through shared experiences. Our latest endeavour is all about celebrating the beauty of the simple things in life and bringing people together for an immersive, artistic cultural experience that you won’t soon forget.”
Salt Camp is a Dubai-based brand, which started life as a food truck back in 2014. The business was launched by the Emirati entrepreneur Amal Al Marri and Saudi entrepreneur Deem AlBassam. The company are famed for utilising social media to create a buzz, as fans would have to find its next location online.
Louvre Abu Dhabi opened in 2017. The museum is a partnership between France and the UAE. The venue combines French design with Arabic heritage, and showcases world-class exhibitions. The collection includes Giovanni Bellini, Francis Cotes, Paul Gauguin and Piet Mondrian.
Go, camp out.
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