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Wednesday, February 15
Blackmore beef at Hunter’s: Starting today, this Westin steakhouse will be serving award-winning and internationally recognised Australian Blackmore wagyu beef, a real treat for steak connoisseurs.
From Dhs200 per person. 6pm-10.45pm (weekdays), 6pm-11.45pm (weekends). The Westin Dubai (04 511 7115).
Chill and grill at Pine Grill: Enjoy a barbecue that also offers great views of the Green Community.
Dhs155 (soft drinks), Dhs260 (selected house beverages), Dhs65 for children aged six to 12. Tue, Wed and Fri 6pm-11.30pm. Ongoing. Courtyard by Marriott, Green Community (04 885 2222).
Body balance at The Pavilion: Led by instructor Michelle, this session combines yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates for flexibility and strength.
Dhs70. From 7.30pm. The Pavilion Sports Club, Jumeirah Beach Hotel (04 406 8800).
Hear local songwriters shine: Five Dubai-based singer-songwriters have been lined up for this live music event – the third instalment of The Fridge’s new series of talent showcases.
Dhs50. 8pm. The Fridge, Al Quoz (04 347 7793).
Get down with a retro Jukebox: Gothic-tinged bar Rare: The Place hosts a surprisingly sprightly night of ’70s and ’80s tunes at its Wednesday Jukebox event. We suggest you hed down to indulge those guilty musical pleasures.
Free. 9pm-3am. Ongoing. Rare: The Place, Media Rotana, TECOM (055 505 7580).
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