Dubai-based Sunset Hospitality Group is "effectively looking" at opening shoreline clubs in Saudi Arabia, as indicated by CEO Antonio Gonzalez. The organization, which works brands Black Tap, Azure and Drift shoreline clubs among others, is growing vigorously into the Middle East with eight different openings arranged in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bahrain and the UK before the finish of 2020. Addressing Arabian Business, Gonzalez said the organization is thinking about opening outlets in $500 billion modern city Neom yet is as of now concentrating on Jeddah. In June, Dubai cordiality bunch Addmind opened club brand White as a spring up in Jeddah to huge reaction from shoppers who contended that the scene's dancefloor and 'halal bar' conflict with its preservationist standards. Gonzalez said the openings were "an excellent experience to perceive how the market responded," including that Sunset Hospitality has "been taking a gander at fundamentally shoreline clubs in Saudi Arabia in the Red Sea alongside Jeddah, and we accept there is potential for that likely by consolidating the shoreline involvement in some kind of boutique resort. "So we're effectively taking a gander at that. We're likewise taking a gander at bringing a parlor - not really as White did [in Saudi] yet some kind of laid back parlor with a shisha component to it, and carry way of life into the idea. We put stock in Saudi as long as possible however we need to ensure we do it right," he said. Gonzalez included that finding the correct accomplices is vital to working in the kingdom. "Things are changing exceptionally quick in Saudi and now and again you don't have the foggiest idea if the truth is still there starting with one day then onto the next so we need to enter with the correct accomplices and activities and convey a similar encounter we're ready to get Dubai," he said. The organization will likewise open Arabic dance club Stage in Bahrain, which at present works in Meydan Hotel Dubai, and is purportedly the "world's biggest Arabic dance club" spread crosswise over more than 24,000 square feet, as per the gathering. It will likewise grow New York brand Black Tap Craft Burgers and Shakes in "a little while" in Jeddah's Mall of Arabia, trailed by another in Riyadh' University Boulevard Mall and Iraq' Erbil before the year's over. "Dark tap is the conspicuous one [opportunity]. We hope to arrive around 6-8 outlets of Black Tap in Saudi Arabia throughout the following 3-4 years," CEO Gonzalez said.