8 things to do in Dubai this week
Quiz nights, a fitness themed ladies’ day and a business lunch deal at what might be our new favourite DIFC haunt…
Another week has begun, and we’ve found plenty of ways for you to make the most of it. Kicking things off with a quiz night with some top prizes, we’ve found cooking classes, fitness-themed ladies’ days and a must-try business lunch to keep you busy through to the weekend.
Here are 8 things to do in Dubai this week…
Sunday April 8
1. Test your knowledge at a new quiz night
Feeling brainy? There’s a brand new quiz night happening every Sunday at The Rose & Crown to test your knowledge. The free entry quiz kicks off at 7.30pm and prizes include tickets to La Perle, brunch at ZOCO and The City Grill and plenty more.
Rose & Crown, The Atrium, Al Habtoor City, 7.30pm onwards, Sundays, free. Tel: (04) 437 0022. More info on website.
Monday April 9
2. Tuck in to a new business lunch in DIFC
Crab Market, Emirates Financial Towers, North Tower, 15th Floor, 12pm to 4pm, Sunday to Friday, Dhs95 two courses, Dhs135 four courses. Tel: (04) 564 55 25. More info on website
3. Check out a new d3 destination
A new outdoor recreational facility has opened at d3’s Waterfront,The Block. Located opposite the Design Quarter, the open-air destination offers a range of different outdoor and leisure areas including a basketball and volley ball court, a skate park, outdoor gym, climbing wall and an urban beach. It’s currently hosting candy land themed The Miami Vibes Food Festival.
The Block, Opposite the Design QuarterDubai Design District, daily 7am until 12am, free. More info on website
Tuesday April 10
4. Enjoy dinner by a popular Dubai-based celebrity chef
Rhodes W1 is hosting a one-off four-course set menu curated by legendary Chef Gary Rhodes this Tuesday. The dinner will see each dish paired with an organic grape from the Spanish winery, Parés Baltà from Penedes.
Rhodes W1, Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina, 7pm onwards, Tuesday April 10, Dhs450. Tel: (04) 317 600. More info on website
5. Work up a sweat at a fitness-themed ladies’ day
There’s another reason to check out Zero Gravity’s famed ladies’ day this month, as the ever-popular Tuesday event has had a fitness transformation for the month of April. Teaming up with NRG Fitness, expect a free hour-long workout each week. This week, it’s an ‘NRGetic’ dance class that kicks off at 11am.
Zero Gravity, Dubai Marina, 11am to 12pm, Tuesdays through April, free entry with guestlist. Tel:(04) 399 0009. More info on website
Wednesday April 11
6. Detoxify with a skinny spa treatment
There’s a new Sela Get Skinny experience at The Spa at The Address Dubai Mall. The 90 minute treatment starts with a detoxifying Gold Silk body scrub to brighten, improve circulation and firm. It’s followed by a full body massage with anti-cellulite lifting gel and mineral illuminating body yoghurt for long-lasting results.
The Spa at The Address, Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, Dhs680. Tel: (04) 438 8025 . More info on website
7. Try your hand at a Thai cooking class
Spice Emporium at The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi is hosting weekly cooking classes from 12pm to 3pm for budding chefs to try their hand at cooking up some authentic Thai cuisine. Available from Sunday to Wednesday, it’s Dhs300 per person.
Spice Emporium, The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi, 12pm to 3pm, Sun to Weds, Dhs300. Tel: (04) 4 511 7373. More info on website
8. Party at a rock night
Rock ‘N’ Baga is a brand new night dedicated to timeless hits from the 80’s and 90’s at upscale French Bistro Bagatelle. It’s an A La Carte menu from one of the city’s top chefs, Timothy Newton, with a couple of new specials to check out including R‘N’B Burger and a retro Banana Split.
Bagatelle The Fairmont, Sheikh Zayed Road, 8pm till late, Wednesdays. Tel: 04 354 5035. More info on website.