Have a fruity facial at Elche: This Ramadan Very Berry package includes an Elche No 1 facial, a fruit enzyme renewal facial and a detoxifying lymphatic drainage massage. The perfect way to pep up your skin. Dhs1,550 (normally Dhs1,850). Until August 31. Elche Natural Beauty Retreat, Jumeirah (04 349 4942).
Browse the Ramadan fair: The second annual Ramadan fair takes place at Dubai Ladies Club, and this week is your last chance to see the local female designers and young entrepreneurs showcasing their wares. Free. Daily 9.30am-11pm. Until August 27. Dubai Ladies’ Club, Jumeirah, firstname.lastname@example.org (04 349 9922 ext 300).
Break your fast at BurJuman: Don’t hit the shops on an empty stomach. Visitors to the mall can enjoy complimentary dates and Arabic coffee for iftar, served in the majlis tent in the Observatory area. Until the end of Ramadan. BurJuman, Bur Dubai (04 352 0222).
Kick back at McGettigan’s: It’s been a long week – as the evening sets in, head to McGettigan’s for a cold one. It may feel like everyone’s away for summer, but the Irish pub is bucking the trend and is AS busy as ever. Free entry. Open daily 8pm-2am. Bonnington Hotel, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 356 0560).
Duke Blue Devils in Dubai: The famous US college basketball team, led by legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski, will take on the UAE national team at Al Wasl Club in a high-profile exhibition match. Dhs70 to Dhs800. Doors open 8pm; match starts 9.30pm. Al Wasl Club, Bur Dubai, www.duplays.com (055 224 0187).