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.
Leila Heller Gallery at Alserkal Avenue in Al Quoz is showcasing a series of sculptures by British artist Tony Cragg. His first solo exhibition here in the UAE, the show is simply called Sculptures, and features 18 brand-new works, all made of bronze, wood, stone and glass.
Landmarks II is the latest exhibition to be shown at Alserkal Avenue’s Ayyam Gallery. It’s by Sharjah-based artist Thaier Helal and features works created using materials such as sand and glue, becoming three-dimensional interpretations of the world’s deserts and mountains. Free. Open Sat noon-6pm; Sun-Thu 10am-6pm.
Serves a 14-course menu of signature dishes inside some quirky items such as toy cars and boats. There’s also live entertainment and a resident DJ. Dhs450 (mixed drinks), Dhs550 (bubbly). 12.30pm-3.30pm.
A family-friendly brunch of Asian food and a separate kids’ menu. There is also entertainment for little ones. Dhs325 (soft drinks), Dhs425 (house beverages and sparkling), Dhs575 (bubbly), Dhs149 (kids aged four to 12). 1pm-4pm.
The Superhero Brunch has a bouncy castle, face painting, Wii stations and a magic show for kids. There’s also a competition for the best superhero costume. Food includes an international buffet and carving stations. Dhs315 (soft drinks), Dhs440 (house beverages), Dhs595 (bubbly). 12.30pm-3.30pm.