HDC New Menu Launch: A taste of Mexico, Middle East, and New Orleans at the Pearl-Qatar

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Hospitality Development Company (HDC) has successfully organized three grand events which showcased their new menu for three of their restaurants in The Pearl-Qatar. It was well-attended by many social media people, VIP guests, and even their loyal customers who are excited to try out their newest offering.

ISLA MEXICAN KITCHEN

Location: 2 La Croisette, Porto Arabia, The Pearl-Qatar

Telephone: 4409 5285

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ARABESQUE RESTAURANT

Location: 18 La Croisette، Porto Arabia Drive

Telephone: 4409 5271

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URBAN JAZZ KITCHEN

Location: 10 La Croisette, Porto Arabia

Telephone: 4409 5269

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Hospitality Development Company (HDC) is the hospitality subsidiary wholly owned by UDC – the master developer of The Pearl-Qatar. They own and manage an impressive list of restaurants including Megu Japanese Restaurant, Burj Al Hamam, Arabesque Restaurant, Alison Nelson’s Chocolate Bar, Isla Mexican Kitchen, Wafflemeister, and Urban Jazz Kitchen.

 

THE RISE OF NEW INFLUENCERS IN QATAR

It was a great coincidence that the series of food tasting events happened right after our blogging sessions in March. And HDC management was very gracious to allow us to also extend the invitation to our workshop participants in order for them to get a first-hand experience of the new menus and immerse them in social media events that are happening in the city.

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We were able to see the growing interest of people who want to become bloggers and social media influencers., And what’s making us really curious is to know not only their intentions but help them course their way through their purpose. We needed to remind them that being a content creator goes beyond food events and socialization. It’s really about creating good stories and contents to share to their audiences with the resolve of entertaining, informing, and inspiring people. It’s about making use of that spot on the the web/social media to let their light shine for the world to see… and spread “only what is helpful for building others up”. In a world full of negativity, it’s our small share to influence people to look at the bright side of life and empower them “not to get tired of doing what is good”.

We know that we can’t change the world by what we do. But every little effort that we make… we really hope would create an impact, one person at a time.

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