All the iftars, suhoors, and events you need to check out before Ramadan ends

Iftars, suhoors, tents and more…

Ramadan is almost over and you know what that means, there are so many Ramadan events in Riyadh to check out.

Whether you’re in the market to prep your iftar outfits or look for inspiration on how to best close out the month, we’ve got you covered. Here are the top Ramadan events in Riyadh you can check out now.

Iftar and Suhoor

Courtyard by Marriott

At Courtyard by Marriott, you can enjoy several Iftar options at the Seven Restaurant. You can try out an iftar buffet with traditional favourites like pasta, shawarmas, mixed grills, and traditional Arabic desserts. There’s also an “Iftar Under The Stars” experience if you’re after a more VIP terrace dining experience on the top floor.

Courtyard by Marriott, Northern Ring Road, daily sunset to 8.30pm. @courtyardriyadhnorthernring

Nofa Riyadh

Nofa Riyadh, a Radisson Riyadh Collection hotel is going to be open for a delicious Iftar and Suhoor experience. The meal can be enjoyed either indoors or outdoors. For the kiddos, there will also be an entertainment centre full of activities.

Nofa Riyadh, a Radisson Riyadh Collection, Exit 857, Riyadh Makkah Highway, sunset to 8pm (iftar), 1am (suhoor). @radissoncollectionriyadh

Le Méridien


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If you’re a traditional feast for iftar, you can head down to Le Méridien. The venue serves all sorts of savoury and sweet treats. The decor is stunning, and the ambience is calming, plus there’s a whole dedicated corner for sweets.

 Le Méridien, Olaya Street, daily 6pm. SAR299 per person. @lemeridienriyadh


LPM is one of Riyadh’s favourite restaurants. And for the first time since its opening, the award-winning restaurant will be offering a three-course, sharing-style iftar experience which will take place daily from 6pm to 8pm.

LPM Riyadh,  Al Motassem Street, Al Olaya, daily 6pm to 8pm. @lpmriyadh

Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport


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If you’re after a cool outdoor place to break your fast, head over to Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport. The venue is also open for suhoor. You can dig into items like dumplings, sushi, grilled lamb, mixed grills, juice corner, Ramadan drinks, and Kunafa plus check out live cooking stations too.

Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport, King Khalid International Airport. @radissonhotelriyadhairport



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Chill out at one of Riyadh’s coolest spots, Sadelle’s. Head here for some suhoor and try out freshly made pizzas and manakish delivered right to your table, and a special falafel station too at the signature New York-like style venue.

Sadelle’s Riyadh, Hotel 4248 Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Road, daily 10pm to 3am. @sadellesriyadh



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Chinese food for iftar or suhoor? Count us in. Yauatcha Riyadh will have a set menu throughout Ramadan, try out dim sum, vegetable fried rice, sacha beef, chicken  lettuce wrap and so much more.

Yauatcha Riyadh, Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Rd, Al Olaya. @yauatchariyadh

56th Avenue Diner

56th Avenue Diner

Experience a tranquil outdoor Suhoor as you dine under the stars at 56th Avenue Diner, a well-loved modern American restaurant located at Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya. While the extensive buffet features traditional Ramadan favourites from across the Kingdom and the Middle East, you’ll also get to feast on its all-American à la carte options.

56th Avenue Diner, Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya, Olaya Street, Al Olaya, Riyadh 11433. SAR250+ per person. Tel: 053 341 1234. @56thavenuediner


The Boulevard

Located in Hittin, The Boulevard classifies itself as a place of entertainment and social interaction. For Ramadan, the complex will be putting on a market across 12 days divided into three sectors. The first part of the market will be held from Tuesday March 28 to Friday March 31, the next part is from Saturday April 1 to Tuesday April 4, and lastly from Wednesday April 5 to Saturday April 8. Shop till you drop.

The Boulevard Riyadh, Tue Mar 28 to Fri Mar 31, Sat Apr 1 to Tue Apr 4, Wed Apr 5 to Sat April 8, 9pm-2am. @theboulevard_riyadh

Harvey Nichols Ramadan Caravan

From Wednesday February 15 and until Tuesday April 25, there will a fun Ramadan caravan in Mode Mall’s Harvey Nichols in Riyadh. You can shop for local brands like Mashael Al Torath, Chi-ka Collection, Haifa Al Megren, and more.

Harvey Nichols Ramadan Caravan, Mode Mall, King Fahd Road, Sun to Wed 10am to 11pm, Thu 10am to 11.30pm, Fri 4pm to 11.30pm, Sat 10am to 11.30pm.@harveynicholsriyadh 

Ramadan Season 2023

Missing Riyadh Season? Well, you don’t have to wait for long. Ramadan Season 2023 is coming super soon. It will be held across 14 Saudi Arabian cities in more than 38 locations. The event will feature iftar and suhoor areas, entertainment activities, and sporty fun.

For more information check out: @ramadanseasonsa


Amara Ramadan Tent by Hilton Riyadh Hotel and Residences

Tents are a popular affair in Riyadh when Ramadan rolls around. This year Hilton Riyadh Hotel and Residences is bringing back the Amara Ramadan Tent. At SAR375, you and the gang can enjoy a spread of traditional and international dishes. You can dig into shawarma, pizza, and carving of Lamb Ouzi and Jordanian Mansaf. The tent will be located in the hotel’s grand hall and will be open daily from sunset to 2am.

Amara Ramadan Tent by Hilton Riyadh Hotel and Residences,6623 Eastern Ring Rd, Ghirnatah, daily sunset to 2am. Reserve your spot by calling  +966 11 234 6666.  @hiltonriyadh

Fawanees Experience at Al Faisaliah Hotel

After a lavish iftar experience? Head over to Prince Sultan Grand Hall at Al Faisaliah Hotel. The Iftar will feature Arabic classics and international favourites. There will also be live cooking stations as well as hot and cold Ramadan beverages.

Fawanees Experience at Al Faisaliah Hotel, King Fahd Rd, Al Olaya, daily 5.30pm to 9pm. @alfaisaliahhotel

Kingdom Ballroom Ramadan Tent at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh

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Elegantly designed with arabesque accents, the Kingdom Ballroom tent at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh is one of the more luxurious venues to celebrate iftar or suhoor. Expect a grand ambience adorned with white and gold accents and traditional-inspired ornaments, an impressive buffet selection, and impeccable service. The hotel’s culinary team, led by Senior Executive Chef Lucas Glanville, will provide guests with authentic local flavours, including a menu with over 100 recipes showcased in seven different culinary islands. Traditional delights include authentic Saudi ouzzi, chicken kabsa, jareesh, Lamb qursan, succulent grills from a Josper charcoal oven, Asian specialities such as poke sushi cups, sourdough pizza from a pizza stone oven among others, as well as desserts such as Kunafa, gelato and a chocolate fountain.

Ramadan Tent at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, Kingdom Ballroom, Available from Mar 27. Iftar 6pm to 9pm, SAR550 per person & Suhoor 11pm to 3am, SAR345 per person. Bookings can be made through The Chefz App or by calling 011 211 5544. @fsriyadh

Siraj Tent  and Bab Al Qasr by The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh

For iftar, you can head out to the Siraj tent by The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh. At the buffet, there will be live cooking stations and international and local food in the ballroom. And the kiddos will be well taken care of at the dedicated children’s area. As for Bab Al Qasr, the Iftar tent will be serving international and local food, with live cooking stations. For suhoor, there will be Ramadan dishes and Saudi food in the outdoor area next to the gardens.
If in Jeddah, you can check out the Bab Al Bahar tent for a buffet of international and local food and live cooking stations available with indoor and outdoor seating

The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh, Makkah Al Mukarramah Rd, Al Hada, daily 6pm to 9pm. @ritzcarltonruh, @theritzcarltonjeddah

The Loulou’a Ramadan Tent at Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya

Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya iftar tent

Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya’s Ramadan Tent, The Loulou’a, is back with a new and elegant look. The design pays homage to Arabesque design while the menu has a buffet selection of dishes from Saudi Arabia, the Levantine region, Morocco, and Egypt, as well as European and East Asian favourites. There are also live stations with charcoal tea and a grill corner on offer.

The Loulou’a Ballroom – Ramadan Tent at Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya, Olaya Street, Al Olaya, Riyadh 11433. SAR350+ per person. Tel: 053 341 1234. @hyattregencyriyadholaya

Ramadan tent by JW Marriott Riyadh

If you’re after a place to enjoy a lavish iftar, the Ramadan tent at JW Marriott will have a buffet featuring a wide selection of traditional Saudi Arabian fare as well as Lebanese, Moroccan, Indian, Asian and global cuisine. At SAR395, you can also check out live cooking stations serving flavoured mixed grill and Shawarma stations too.

Ramadan tent by JW Marriott Riyadh, King Fahd Rd, Sahafah District, daily 6pm. @jwmarriottriyadh

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