The recently renovated Toko Downtown is offering a new breakfast menu to start your day off in the right way. The Asian restaurant is offering morning eats on the terrace with speciality dishes including steamed Chinese buns filled with Nutella (pictured) and short rib Benedict. Prices vary. Daily 7.30am-11am. Ongoing.
Original Wings & Rings, the DIFC sports bar, has a daily happy hour that’s technically a happy four hours, from 4pm to 8pm. The deal features 50 percent off selected beverages including hops and mixed drinks, as well as bar snacks and bites. Tuesdays are also “Wing Frenzy Tuesdays,” with chicken wings available for Dhs3.99 per piece from noon until 8pm. Daily 4pm-8pm.
Overindulged at brunch? A challenging, full-body Flywheel workout could be just what you need. Climbs and descents are built into the session and you’ll work your arms with weighted bars. Feel those calories melt away. Dhs120 per ride (packages available). Daily times vary. Various locations including.
Thanks to Dubai’s amazing weather, we get sunshine all day long and spectacular sunsets every evening (unless you’re reading this on one of the roughly two days a year that it rains). There’s nothing better than kicking back at a chilled-out spot watching the city go from day to night, and there are dozens of picturesque places across town for this. Whether a beach bar or rooftop lounge is more your speed, we’ve rounded up some the Dubai’s most idyllic offerings.
If you’re still humming the “New Year, New Me” mantra, book in for the two-day yoga retreat at Le Méridien Dubai, which includes meditation, chakra-healing talks and lots of healthy food. Dhs1,299 (retreat only). Dhs2,499 (including one-night stay).