Munch on The Wharf’s sticky ribs: Sample sticky beef ribs served with mash or fries, garnished with signature sauce. Just try not to get any on your shirt. Dhs110. Tue 7pm-11.30pm. Ongoing. The Wharf, Mina A’Salam, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6730).Sip afternoon tea on The Palm: The ‘Afternoon Thé Gourmand’ at STAY by Yannick Alleno offers premium teas and organic and fair-trade coffee beans from South America, as well as a French pastry selection, Paris-brest, traditional Saint Honoré, canelé and vanilla mille-feuille, with home-made ice-creams and sorbets. Dhs220. Tue-Sun 3pm-6pm. One&Only The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 440 1010).Find Time Out’s Young Chef of the Year: The inaugural Time Out Young Chef of the Year event features four of the city’s hottest chefs under the age of 30 competing against one another. Witness the action for yourself and help to decide the winner tonight. Dhs500 (includes food and drinks). 7.30pm-11.30pm. Miele Gallery, Sama Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.timeouttickets.com
Try a ‘new kind of ladies’ night’: The award-winning team behind See You Next Friday have branched out with an indie ladies’ night on Tuesday evenings. Free, with selected free drinks for ladies. 9pm-late. Republique, The Address, Dubai Mall (055 882 5675)
Children eat for free at Spur: Save your dirhams, forgo the washing up and enjoy a great family meal out at Spur at Dubai Festival City. This family-friendly restaurant which serves South African cuisine (think juicy steaks, real onion rings and burgers) also has a small kids’ play area and more balloons, crayons and colouring pads than you could shake a pencil at. What’s more, kids eat for free. Spur, Festival City, Skywalk level. 6pm-10pm. Every Tuesday. www.spur.ae (04 232 8866).