25 things to do this week
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Wednesday August 1
Get a taste of India at Armani/Amal: Armani/Amal’s summer feast offers a three-course vegetarian or non-vegetarian menu.
Dhs225 (vegetarian), Dhs250 (non-vegetarian). Daily sunset-11pm. Until August 30. Armani Hotel Dubai, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).
Give a pet a loving home: Looking to expand your family this Ramadan? Animal Action has dozens of pets on its books who are looking for new homes, including an adorable one-year-old labrador cross called Troy.
To enquire about adopting Troy or another animal, contact Mel at Animal Action (050 315 1427).
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See an innovative photography exhibition: Dubai-based photographer Sara Naim’s debut solo show, ‘When the Lights Went Off We Saw’, touches on the notions of abstract light, and features enlarged images of partial photo negatives that have been over-exposed and tainted with light.
Until October 24. The Pavilion, Emaar Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 447 7025).
Snap up great deals at West LA Boutique: This hip fashion store is offering 50 percent off selected items. Head down to Sunset Mall to get the best of summer sales.
Until August 4. Sunset Mall, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 394 4248).
Try an opulent iftar at Al Iwan: This Burj Al Arab venue offers a mind-boggling spread of authentic Arabian delicacies served in lavish surroundings. There will also be traditional performances throughout the evening.
Dhs290. Daily from sunset. Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 301 7777).
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