7 amazing things you can still do for Eid Al-Adha in Riyadh

Tomorrow is the big day…

You’re not alone if you’re looking for last-minute Eid Al-Adha plans in Riyadh. There are plenty of things to look forward to when it comes to spending the holiday in the capital too. You can look forward to themed nights, concerts and so much more. Read on to find out the top things to do in Riyadh for Eid Al-Adha.

Dig into Spanish food at Azure

If it’s Spanish cuisine you’re after, Azure has got it in spades. The fine-dining venue can be found inside Hyatt Regency and offers a modern approach to authentic southern Spanish homestyle recipes. For Eid Al-Adha dinner, you can enjoy an incredible meal from a kitchen manned by Spanish head chef, Ramon Cantos.

Azure, Hyatt Regency, Olaya St, Al Olaya, daily 6.30pm to 10.30pm. @azureriyadh

Jam out at the NTRL Eid Party

The city knows how to party, and concerts in Riyadh are kind of legendary. Hosted in collaboration with Kosmophno Records, Riyadh-based record label NTRL is putting on an exciting Eid party on the second day of Eid. Happening in Al Ammaria, you can look forward to seeing international DJs like Gabriele Sardi, Jean Bressan and E.T.H alongside cool local DJs like JEME and others. 

NTRL Eid Party, Al Ammaria, Thu Jun 29, 7pm. Book your SAR210 ticket here. @ntrlbackdoor

Festive dining at Nozomi

This venue is so much more than just another Japanese restaurant in the capital. It provides one of the most unique dining experiences in the city. Complete with tonnes of exciting focal points throughout the venue, this is one must-try restaurant this Eid.

Nozomi Riyadh, Century Corner, 7448 King Fahd Rd, Al Olaya, 4255, Sat to Wed 1pm to 11.30pm, Thu to Fri 1pm to 12.3am. @nozomiksa 

Try out Sumosan’s Eid specials


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It’s no secret that Riyadh loves its Japanese food. And Sumosan is definitely one to beat. And the venue is serving up new Eid Al-Adha specials. Try out indulgent items like Wagyu oyster blade steak, lamb chops with yakiniku sauce and banana cheesecake.

Sumosan, Laysen Valley, Umm Al Hamam Al Gharbi, daily 1pm to 4pm, 7pm to 1am. @sumosan.riyadh

Head to Yauatcha


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Yauatcha is a well-known favourite among basically everyone in the city for some top-tier Chinese food. The venue always celebrates holidays in the best way possible: by releasing some pretty tasty specials. You can dig into Mongolian lamb chops, lamb brisket salad, and for dessert a berry merry with tonka beans. Wash it all down with the special sacred musk mocktail.

Yauatcha, Mode Mall, Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Rd, Al Olaya, daily 12pm to 11.45pm. @yauatchariyadh

Celebrate at Via Riyadh

Via Riyadh is a gift that keeps on giving. And it doesn’t get much better than spending an amazing day at the location for Eid. Home to renowned international venues, local gems, and cool coffee spots, Via Riyadh is high on the list of things to do in Riyadh. There are also set to be live events and shows during Eid.


Enjoy Violin Nights at Dasha


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Riyadh’s most exciting modern Chinese restaurant in The Esplanade promises a jolly good time for Eid. You can sway in an amazing musical atmosphere at the Violin Nights by Dasha until Jun 30. With a menu designed by Executive Chef Akira Back, you can be sure that every bite is made to impress so don’t forget to order specials like Peking duck and Australian beef tenderloin cubes. Feeling extra musical? Head in the back and enjoy karaoke with friends.

Dasha, The Esplanade, daily 7pm to 1am. @dasha.ksa

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