Manager of Stars n Bars says there's global interest in the restaurant franchise.
Stars n Bars United Arab Emirates franchises ready to open.
Monaco Restaurants Group is opening up in Palm Beach.
Imminent opening of new restaurants?
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Established in 1945, the Association des Industries Hotelieres Monegasques (AIHM) changed its name to the Association des Hoteliers, Restaurateurs, Traiteurs, Etablissements de nuit et Residences Hotelieres de la Principaute de Monaco in September 2008.
Monaco restaurant Stars n Bars is to open a branch in Dubai.
The Argentin restaurant in the Fairmont Hotel has come up with an interesting business model to entice more busy executives to lunch. Until recently, the restaurant, famous for its steak and beef dishes, was only open for dinner. But as the tourist season draws to a close, and with an eye on attracting a more loyal and regular clientele, chef Maryan Gandon has introduced a business lunch concept.
Regular visitors to Monaco will have wondered what happened to Black Diamond, the Lebanese restaurant and night club on rue du Portier. If you've been in Monaco as long as us, you'll also remember it in its previous life as the Point Rouge. In Spring 2008, Black Diamond closed its doors and it's just re-opened with a complete refurbishment and new name, NoTime. Cuisine in the new place will be modern Asian, and it's part of the same group as Avenue 31 and Beefbar.
Rumour has it that the Texan restaurant in the Condamine district of Monaco is to reopen. Regular visitors and residents will remember the old Texan, next door to Slammer's bar, closed a couple of years ago. We don't know yet if the new place will serve tex-mex and burgers like its predecessor, or even if it'll retain the same name. Whatever the cuisine, it's sure to be a welcome addition to dining out in the Principality.
UPDATE: It's opened as La Villa.