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DFC opens more outlets as part of 3rd phase of lifting of restrictions

DFC opens more outlets as part of 3rd phase of lifting of restrictions

Tribune News Network
Doha
AS part of the third phase of the gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in Qatar, Doha Festival City (DFC), Qatar’s popular venue for shopping and dining, has reopened more outlets to welcome back visitors to their favourite destinations.
Doha residents can now visit DFC and enjoy the resumption of world-class services from select restaurants and cafes, beauty salons as well as fitness center.
A collection of about 40 restaurants will reopen at the mall including: Asha’s, Indian casual dining restaurant; PF Changs, Asian-themed restaurant; Shake Shack, American fast casual restaurant; Starbucks Cafes in GF, Starbucks 2, Starbucks 3, and Starbucks at Borders library; Texas Roadhouse, steak restaurant serving American cuisine; Maki, serving innovative Japanese cuisine; Sumo Sushi & Bento, Japanese restaurant; Eataly, high-quality Italian restaurant; Five Guys, American fast casual restaurant; Jamies Italian, Celebrity chef’s relaxed Italian chain; Nando’s, South African restaurant; Carluccio’s, Italian restaurant; Tim Hortons, Canada’s largest quick service restaurant; Paul Café, French chain of bakery/café restaurants; Le Petit Train Bleu, Parisian dining experience; Bubba Gump Shrimp, American seafood restaurant and Karak Mqanes, serving dishes inspired by Qatari cuisine.
More on a sweet note, visitors can now enjoy a selection of dining options at The Cheesecake Factory; Pinkberry; Coldstone Creamery; The Molten Chocolate Café; Peal Juices and Bars; Laduree; Cinnzeo and the signature Maia Chocolate.
Furthermore, a collection of cafes are now open at Doha Festival City including: L’eto Café, Aimee’s Café, The Coffee Club, Patissez, Angelina, Ratio Café, Eden Café, and Cup of Joe. Restaurants at IKEA and Marks & Spencer are also open, as well as Edible Arrangements.
Furthermore, Edge Fitness has opened its doors, in addition to a collection of beauty salons including, Maison De Joelle, Glambar, Infinity Barber Shop and Infinity Beauty Lounge.
Doha Festival City opening hours are from Saturday to Wednesday from 10am to 10 pm, and from Thursday to Friday from 10am to 11pm.
All outlets within DFC’s two food courts still welcome home delivery and takeaways. Entertainment including cinema and play areas will remain closed. Children under 12 are still excluded from entering the mall until further notice.
In line with the preventative measures set out by the authorities, Doha Festival City has introduced stringent health and safety measures throughout the mall for its staff and visitors. This includes a thorough mall disinfection treatment on a weekly basis, robust cleaning and sanitisation operations during mall trading hours, and 127 hand sanitising stations installed in the areas that have commonly touched surfaces.
At the entrance to the mall and all shops, visitors must show their green Ehteraz QR code and should wear a face mask during their whole time in the mall. Physical distancing stickers in common queuing areas, such as ATM machines, banks, telecommunication kiosks and branches and various retail shops are installed to help shoppers keep the required physical distance as set forth in the guidelines by the authorities. Stores provide sanitisers on entry and at cash points to ensure the highest level of hygiene.

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