Expect some of France's most fabulous restaurants to land in Saudi soon
Paris Society International are teaming up with MJS Holding to bring some of their renowned concepts to the Kingdom…
Saudi Arabia’s burgeoning hospitality scene continues to draw top international names and with the latest addition, foodies across the Kingdom can look forward to dining at some of France’s finest exports. Paris Society International, the hospitality powerhouse behind more than 60 concepts across France, have announced a partnership with Saudi-based MJS Holding, which will see the two leading F&B heavyweights bring Paris Society’s renowned restaurants to Saudi.
While the restaurants – and the cities we can expect to find them in – are still to be confirmed, Paris Society’s portfolio includes restaurants like St Tropez hotspot, Gigi; Paris’ jaw-dropping Girafe restaurant; and the breathtaking Opéra Garnier restaurant, CoCo. So, whichever concepts make their way to Saudi Arabia, we know they’ll be some of the foremost luxury and lifestyle restaurants.
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“We are thrilled to join forces with MJS, a true pioneer on the Saudi Arabian hospitality scene,” comments Brian Bendix, CEO of Paris Society on the joint venture. “Leveraging the inherent expert domestic knowledge of MJS, this joint venture will launch a series of Paris Society brands in the most iconic destinations in the Kingdom, satisfying Paris Society International’s ambition to become an integral part of the evolving cultural tapestry of this great nation and contributing firsthand to the realization of its ground-breaking vision.”
Paris Society’s ambitious international expansion plan may have only just begun, but it’s set to be unveiled around the world at a rapid rate. Since founding its global division at the end of 2021, Paris Society International has seen the French-born brand open its sleek after-hours spot Raspoutine in Miami and LA; and debut in London with New Orleans-inspired Louie.
Alongside restaurants in Saudi Arabia, Paris Society International has set its sights on further openings in London, and also plans to debut its first restaurant in Dubai: a Middle East outpost of Raspoutine opens later this month.