The hottest table in town is about to get hotter

WHEN La Sala Banus opened back in 2010, it quickly became the city’s top celebrity hotspot, with footballers and A-listers visiting frequently over the past six years.

Described by international media as the “hottest table in town”, La Sala Banus continues to improve and grow as the group announces a surprise reformation to their busy flagship venue.

The famed celebrity haunt La Sala Restaurant & Bar in Puerto Banus will be closing on November 21 for one week to complete an incredible never-seen-before transformation.

Four teams of builders will be working 24/7 to bring an even better ultimate social and dining experience.

Besides brand new areas and a new look, La Sala will also present fresh entertainment acts. The menu will also feature brand new dishes and exciting new cocktails and drinks.

Come and re-discover La Sala Banus from November 28 and sign up on their website   www.lasalabanus.com to receive an exclusive invite for the VIP party celebrating the new transformation.

La Sala Restaurant has truly become, ‘The ultimate social and dining experience,’ and is renowned as one of the busiest restaurants in Andalucía, an accolade successfully retained all year round not only during the traditional summer season. 

In recent years La Sala has welcomed an endless number of celebrities such as Prince Albert of Monaco, Sir Alan Sugar, Eva Longoria, Jamie Oliver, Ronan Keating, Tulisa, Kym Marsh, Ne-Yo, Tinie Tempah, Jason Derulo, Little Mix and many more.

Additionally La Sala often hosts various football stars, both past and present such as David Bentley, Paul Robinson, Ashley Cole, Jason Roberts, Tim Krul, Alexander (Alex) Oxlade-Chamberlain, Chris Coleman, Chris Hughton and Stephen Carr to name just a few.

For reservations call 952 81 41 45, [email protected] or visit www.lasalabanus.com 

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