As Dubai waves goodbye to the humid days of September, we’re welcoming the blissful days of October. Wondering what to fill your first week with? Well, there’s a celebrity chef dinner, artsy neighbourhood festival, inspirational talks and even movies by the beach to check out.
Here’s 8 things to do in Dubai this week.
Every Sunday and Monday, feast on a traditional chicken roast served with a house salad, Yorkshire puddings and honey glazed roast veggies topped with gravy and bread sauce at Tom Aikens’ restaurant, Pots, Pans and Boards. Designed for two to share, it’s Dhs230 for two, and served from 6pm to 10pm.
Pots, Pans & Boards, The Beach, JBR, 6pm to 10pm, Sunday and Monday, Dhs230. Tel: (04) 456 1959 potspansandboards.ae
The WomenXChange is a social networking community bringing together like-minded women to exchange connections, ideas and friendships. Their next event will take place on Monday September 30, with guest speakers including Donna Benton, founder of The Entertainer, and Camilla D’Abo, former founder of Edelman Dabo.
The WomenXchange, Intersect by Lexus, DIFC, Dubai, 7pm to 9.30pm, Monday September 30, Dhs100. @thewomenxchange
The popular neighbourhood festival Alserkal lates returns with special dance shows, late night gallery openings, film screenings and more on Monday September 30. Check out their website for the full schedule.
Alserkal Avenue. Street 8, Al Quoz, Dubai. 6pm to 10pm, Monday September 30. Tel: (04) 3333464. alserkalavenue.ae
La Piscina is the chic new pool at Palazzo Versace Hotel. Ladies can enjoy free entry between 1pm and 4pm every Monday and complimentary bubbles too.
La Piscina, Palazzo Versace, Jaddaf Waterfront, Dubai Creek, 1pm to 4pm, Mondays from September 29, free. Tel: (058) 226 6443. palazzoversace.ae
Every Tuesday from 8pm to 11pm, guests can tuck into unlimited servings of tacos for two hours served up alongside unlimited bubbly for three hours. There’s 8 tasty tacos to choose from, such as braised short rib, black cod, chargrilled chicken and garlic and tofu. There’s two packages available: unlimited tacos with prosecco, which is priced at Dhs295 per person, or unlimited tacos with champagne, which will set you back Dhs450.
SoBe, W Dubai – The Palm, West Crescent, Palm Jumeirah, 8pm to 11pm, Tuesdays, from Dhs295. Tel: (04) 245 5800. sobedubai.com
International Coffee Day falls in line with the opening of London Dairy’s newest bistro in DIFC. From Sunday September 29 to Thursday October 3, the coffee shop will have a giant takeaway cup out on display in DIFC, if you can find it you’ll get a free espresso-based coffee or signature ice coffee.
London Dairy Bistro, Gate Precinct Building 4, Podium LEVEL, DIFC, Sun Sept 29 to Thurs Oct 3, 8am to 4pm. Tel: 04 359 7334 www.londondairycafe.com
Now it’s finally cool enough to be outside for more than five minutes, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa is launching a brand new outdoor cinema. Cinema on the Beach will take place on Tuesdays, and for launch night on October 1, they’ll be showing The Man Who Fell To Earth. It’s Dhs50 minimum spend on food and drink.
Cinema on the Beach, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa, Pearl Jumeira, 8pm, Tuesdays, Dhs50. firstname.lastname@example.org
MasterChef, the TV Experience is set for a kitchen takeover by 2015 MasterChef UK champion and celebrity chef Simon Wood, who will offer guests a limited-edition menu from September 30 until October 4. The 5-course tasting menu is Dhs240, or Dhs410 including a wine pairing.
MasterChef, the TV Experience, Millennium Place Marina, Dubai Marina, Monday September 30 to Friday October 4, from Dhs240. Tel: (04) 550 8111. masterchefdxb.com
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