5 things to do today
Last-chance iftar at the Royal Mirage: Iftar buffets are served in Tagine (at The Palace) and The Rotisserie (in Arabian Court). Guests can then spend the rest of the evening relaxing in this stunning setting.
Dhs175. 7.10pm-8.30pm. The Palace, One&Only Royal Mirage, firstname.lastname@example.org (04 399 9999).
Be the perfect host: Impress your guests with your hosting skills: head to 2XL Furniture to get everything you need for your next dinner party. The store is offering discounts on items from art deco-style glasses to table decor.
Until the end of Ramadan. Uptown Mirdif (04 288 8071).
See the world’s top glass artist: Ever wondered who crafted the centrepiece at Atlantis? Glass sculptor Dale Chihuly is currently showing at Cuadro DIFC, alongside some of the gallery’s top artists.
Until August 31. Cuadro, DIFC (04 425 0400).
Enjoy a final iftar at Atlantis: Asateer is serving a traditional iftar buffet to ‘awaken the senses’. Try it while you can.
Dhs165 (iftar and suhoor), Dhs80 for kids aged three to 12, free for kids under three. Sunset-8pm (iftar); 8pm-late (suhoor). Atlantis, The Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).
FREE! Food for kids at The Westin: Kids eat for free at Blue Orange, Hunters, Spice Emporium, Waves and Barasti during the ‘Mum’s Night Off’ promotion every Monday. Enjoy a huge array of cuisines, which will no doubt satisfy the tastes of even the pickiest eaters. Best of all, it means no cooking – and no washing up.
Free. Sunset-midnight. Until September 30. The Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Spa, www.westinminaseyahi.com (04 366 7630).
Time Out Dubai,
’90s UK boyband to perform at Dubai Tennis Stadium on May 22
Brit comedian to perform at Dubai World Trade Centre on May 29
Try Mama Tani Café or chill at a new beach bar