The weekend's best Dubai events and other things to do in Dubai this weekend, including deals at Dubai restaurants, bars, spas, cinema and more
Congratulations, you made it through the week and now it's time to relax and enjoy the many wonders Dubai has to offer, from morning until night. So whether it is parties or peaceful places you're after, we have it covered.
Check out one of Dubai’s biggest urban nights, which has seen the likes of Tyga and Flo Rida take the stage. Listen to hip-hop and R&B hits from local DJs including Dany Neville and DJ JSA. Free. 10pm-3am. Ongoing.
Spanish house and techno star Coyu Takes to the decks of this Jumeirah nightclub. The artist has worked with Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong and Moby, and has had No.1 singles on both Beatport and Resident Advisor.
Italian DJ Gioli, who plays the drums, piano, synth and cello spins some tunes on the decks tonight. Dhs80 before 9pm (including two drinks), Dhs80 before 10pm (including one drink), Dhs80 for ladies and Dhs100 for men thereafter. 7pm-2.45am.
For something a little different, head to Ají’s new Saturday brunch and sample a mix of 12 signature Japanese and Peruvian bites. Mini dishes include gyoza, tiradito, ebi tappan and yuzu cheesecake. Dhs150 (food only), Dhs250 (three mixed drinks). Sat noon-7pm. Ongoing.
British chef Tom Aikens has opened his second restaurant in the emirate. Tom’s Kitchen Deli is the ideal pit stop if you’re at Riverland Dubai. Burgers, paninis, salads and more will keep you going. Prices vary. Daily 10am-11pm.