A good ribbing: Monday night means one thing: ribs and a pint at Loca. Tuck into the tastiest beef ribs this side of New Mexico and enjoy a pint of hop-based beverage while also being kind to your wallet. Dhs65. 8pm. Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah (04 346 1111).Watch local football: This all-Dubai Etisalat Pro-League match features Al Ahli, a team looking to scoop three points against local rivals Dubai in this derby match. Free. 6pm. Dubai Sports & Cultural Stadium, www.ufl.ae.Flamenco! Until April 28, Seville’s will host salsa performances as part of its Flamenco Festival, aka Feria de Abril. This will be combined with a tasty three-course Spanish menu. Dhs145 (includes three-course meal and glass of bubbly). Show starts 9pm. Seville’s, Wafi, Oud Metha (04 324 4777).
Oliver Sean: Hailing from Goa, this Platinum-selling singer-songwriter plays pop and rock tunes. His visit to The Fridge coincides with the release of his second album. Dhs50. 7.30pm. The Fridge, Al Quoz, www.thefridgedubai.com (04 347 7793).
Let the kids get eggy at Ping Pong: Chomp your gnashers round some seriously delicious dim sum while the kids enjoy the egg-painting creche. Once they’ve finished decorating their masterpieces, they get to take them home in a handy steaming basket (instead of a traditional Easter basket). Mum and dad can enjoy Ping Pong’s speciality Chinese-with-a-twist delights, including the legendary spring rolls, the enormous array of dim sum, the salads, desserts and a choice of mocktails and teas. Bliss! Prices vary. Open Sun-Wed 11.30am-11:30pm; Thu-Sat 10am-midnight. Ping Pong, The Dubai Mall (04 339 9088).