Eat breakfast while admiring art or get your Grind on
Time Out Dubai staff
Eat breakfast and admire art: Take your breakfast with a side of art: acclaimed Syrian artist Baseem Rayyes’ gripping exhibition that explores the destruction caused by war around the world is at Kempinski’s Aspen Café. Open 24 hours, art on show until November 15. Aspen Café, Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates (04 409 5999)Planning or going to a wedding soon? Go to this: The Address Wedding Fair will showcase an entire range of services and companies under the one roof, aiming to provide some much needed inspiration for brides and grooms to be. Sat 3pm-9pm, Sun 11am-8pm. The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).
Shop for bargains and watch a dance audition:
Popular Indian actor Bakhtiar Irani and his team of instructors are conducting the final day of Dance Galaxy auditions today, and the public are free to watch: similar to ‘So You Think You Can Dance?’, but live! From 5pm. Dubai Outlet Mall, Al Ain Road. For more info visit www.facebook.com/DubaiOutletMall (04 423 4666).
Get your Grind on: DJ T-Rek plays commercial old school, R&B, hip hop and reggae, and ladies get free drinks until midnight at this ‘Grind’ night. Free. 9pm-3am. Time Café, Ramee Royal Hotel, Bur Dubai (050 845 3545).
Picture-perfect Picnic Brunch at Al Badia Golf Club: A perfect picnic set on the lawns of Al Badia Golf Course where you can kick off your shoes and enjoy fine dining outdoors. Guests are handed authentic wicker picnic baskets on arrival and can enjoy live cooking stations, beverage islands, ‘build your own burger’ and a Candyland station. Dhs225 (soft drinks), Dhs395 (selected house beverages), Dhs550 (premium bubbly), Dhs895 (premium rosé bubbly). Noon-4pm. Al Badia Golf Club, Dubai Festival City (04 701 1127).