Ralph Lauren International has partnered with Al Moajil Hospitality to launch the boutique café concept in Saudi Arabia and the UAE
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Al Moajil Hospitality has announced a new franchise partnership with Ralph Lauren International to launch Ralph’s Coffee in Saudi Arabia and the UAE this year.
The Al Khobar-based restaurant group currently operates Greek dining concept Hellenika, Japanese cuisine brand NOZOMI and French-inspired Belgravian Brasserie in Saudi Arabia.
The stores are slated to open in 2023, Al Moajil Hospitality confirmed on social media.
US luxury fashion brand Ralph Lauren launched Ralph’s Coffee in August 2014 with a store on the second floor of its Polo outlet in New York.
Ralph’s Coffee has had a presence in the Middle East since 2020, when the concept debuted in Doha, Qatar — which remains its only store in the region.
The coffee chain currently operates 23 outlets globally, including seven stores in Japan, six in the US, five in China and three in Europe. Ralph’s Coffee is also expected to open its first location in Singapore in July 2023.