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Wednesday, February 1
See a renowned Belgian artist: Artist Jean-Luc Moerman presents ‘Epiphytes’, a multimedia show of paper-based works and pieces on stainless steel sheets.
Gallery IVDE, Street 8, Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 323 5052).
Visit the new Coach store at MOE: Offering beautiful leather bags for men and women, the slick new 120 sq m store is also home to small leather goods, jewellery, accessories and outerwear.
Coach, Mall of the Emirates (04 385 0876).
Try the Ruth’s Chris ‘Hemingway menu’: Start with Ernest Hemingway’s favourite mixeddrink, followed by a three-course meal androunded off with a Cuban cigar.
Dhs495 per person. 6pm-11.30pm. Monarch Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 501 8666).
Sample the flavours of Argentina at Fire & Ice: The asado grill is a staple of the Argentinian diet and culture, and a symbol of family and friendship. Fire & Ice offers the opportunity to experience this traditional cooking method using the best ingredients Argentina has to offer.
Prices vary. 7pm-11.30pm. Until February 13. Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (04 324 8888).
Feast on sushi at Spectrum on One: Enjoy all-you-can-eat sushi, maki, tempura and teppanyaki, dished up alongside bottomless servings of Japanese rice-based beverage.
Dhs150. 7pm-9pm. The Fairmont Dubai (04 311 8316).
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