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Nobu, Hakkasan, estiatorio Milos and ROKA have joined Abu Dhabi’s F1 line-up

All the hospitality experiences expected at the F1 finale.

The capital’s biggest weekend – the F1 season finale – may be a while away, but it comes as no surprise that all grandstands sold out in record time. Now, new hospitality experiences have been made available for a limited time. The return of the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is set to feature an award-winning line-up of international cuisine and incredible dining experiences for fans to enjoy while the ten teams race around the Yas Marina Circuit track in November.

With a number of new additions for 2023’s event, the 15th edition will see 15 hospitality experiences placed across the iconic track, including the all-new Deck at Two, a VIP-viewing platform at Turn 2, with exclusive menus from Nobu Dubai, estiatorio Milos, and Hakkasan Dubai of Atlantis Dubai. Renowned for its premium sushi and grilled Japanese offerings, ROKA also makes its debut this year at Club 58.


Bringing its world-renowned Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian twist, F1 fans are in for a treat with the event’s exclusive menu, curated by Head Chef Damien Duviau of Nobu Dubai. Simultaneously, guests can choose to indulge in the one Michelin-starred Hakkasan Dubai, featuring a tailored blend of Cantonese recipes as part of an ‘Only At’ collection, designed exclusively by Chef Andy Toh for the F1 weekend. With one of the finest Greek Mediterranean restaurants in the world, estiatorio Milos at the Deck at Two is being touted as the place to be for this year’s Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023.

estiatorio Milos

Motorsport fans looking to enjoy the thrilling high speeds in a luxurious setting can enjoy the party atmosphere at this year’s event from the new Hillside Terrace. With a uniquely curated menu from The MAINE Oyster Bar & Grill – Dubai’s first homegrown New England seaside brasserie – fans can enjoy this year’s F1 weekend from day to night atop the Abu Dhabi Hill overlooking the iconic North Hairpin. This historic turn also serves as a backdrop to the new The Garage @Sunset for those looking to bring their whole team to the race weekend, with intimate private boxes and free-flowing F&B options for all. At the end of the fastest section on the Yas Marina Circuit track, fans can witness the action from the all-new Club 58, an eye in the sky with views of the circuit’s longest straight and the start-finish line at the F1 season finale in a relaxed setting.


Alongside the new additions, fan favourites will return for this year’s event, with Turns at West, North Straight Hospitality, Deck At Nine with Opa, Luna Lounge featuring CÉ LA VI Dubai, Turn 1 with Il Borro Tuscan Bistro, Alici and MayaBay, and Shams Suites with Gohan and Ninive all back by popular demand for 2023.

Alongside the ultimate F1 weekend experience, all Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023 ticket holders can also enjoy a range of unrivalled perks, with access to one of Yas Island’s incredible theme parks, Qasr Al Watan, and Louvre Abu Dhabi through the ‘Yas All In’ ticket that will be valid from 22 to 27 November. Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023, which will conclude the longest season in F1 history, is set to break records both on and off the track following 2022’s biggest-ever attendance, with new Grandstand and Hospitality packages ensuring that fans can experience the sporting spectacle in a variety of ways during the 23-26 November weekend on Yas Island.

GO: Visit www.abudhabigp.com for 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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