The monthly networking event will gather Dubai’s elite crowd
UAE: The Crossing, Dubai’s most acclaimed restaurant that has gained popularity in a short period of time; will be hosting ‘The Crossing Night’ at the end of every month.
Offering an elite dining experience, the restaurant’s exclusive ‘invite- only’ concept allows an indulgent networking experience with prominent notable personalities, corporate leaders/ entrepreneurs, and C-level executives in the evening (9 pm – 11 pm) after work. Guests are welcomed with exotic drinks and fabulous free flowing canapés throughout the evening.
In addition, members will also have free access to other curated experiences and food/drink tasting sessions hosted by The Crossing.
“Dubai is a meeting point at the junction of the roads from East to West, which blends different cultures, people and lifestyles. The Crossing Night is the quintessence of this,” said Jarret D’Abreo, Co-founder. “In our bid to deliver an elevated experience to our guests, the monthly networking event will gather Dubai’s like-minded people and professionals that can have an exhilarating conversation in a luxurious ambience and over great food,” Jarret added.
Each experience will host a maximum of 175 guests. Guests can know more about this and other experiences on
About The Crossing
Located on 1, Sheikh Zayed Road, The Crossing brings the elevated neo-Indian cuisine experience to Dubai. In terms of design and aesthetics, The Crossing adopts an approach that is truly Indian at its core, with minimalist decor, clean walls, potted greenery, and discreet accents, inspired by the waiting lounges of Indian railways. The Crossing’s three founders come from different parts of India—Jarret D’Abreo is from Mumbai, Abhishek Joshi comes from Chandigarh and the founding chef Ankur Chakraborty has roots in Bengal while his hometown is in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. His family was employed with the Indian Railways, exposing him to different regional cuisines throughout his life. Each of the three brings their own culinary and cultural wealth to create a unique culinary and sensory experience at The Crossing.

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