Nile Hot Spot Debuts for After-Hours Crowd

Sharm el Sheik, Egypt
Sharm el Sheik, Egypt // Photo by slava296/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

If the pharaohs could party on the Nile, there's no reason why modern-day VIPs shouldn't do the same. We hear that the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza has debuted the Graffiti Bar and Lounge (think part bar, part lounge, part restaurant).

The venue sits on the second floor of the hotel and has views of the Nile River. The space has been designed to offer an array of lifestyle options, from an open stage to lounge club seating, high tables for dining and more. 

The interior's graffiti artworks are vibrant and funky, giving the space a pop of color. 

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So what's on the menu? Everything from Thai chicken twists and shrimp shots to truffle steak tartare and BBQ beef ribs. Cocktails, wines and beer are also available. 

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