The project will also bring a specially designed, gravity-defying interactive fountain.
The event tests the skills of competitors in practical aspects of coffee making, including espresso, latte art, brewing skills and food pairing.
The USD 6 million project, will have around 25 restaurants, a movie theater, retail shops and ‘Manuel’, a premium supermarket.
Dubai Square will equate to more than 100 soccer fields, 750,000 square meters of retail space and hospitality venues, and will also have the largest Chinatown in the Middle East.
Nowadays coffee shops have taken a new role as a working place for freelance workers and digital nomads, who may not have an office, that is pushing the demand further.
ELR, a subsidiary of the Emirates Group, owns and operates a wide-ranging portfolio of restaurants, cafés and bars.
Madinat Al Irfan will feature more than 11,000 residential units comprising villas, townhouses and apartments, 100,000 m2 of retail space, 700,000 sqm of office space, as well as a number of cultural and lifestyle offerings.