5 things to do tomorrow
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Friday, September 21
Head to Blue Marlin’s reopening bash: The Ibiza beach club relaunches after summer, with sets from Behrouz, Fred Stone and Kaytek.
Members and members’ guests only. For enquiries, call ahead. 1pm-2am. Blue Marlin Ibiza, Golden Tulip Al Jariza, Ghantoot (056 113 3400).
Snap up threads by designer Philipp Plein: This luxury German brand has unveiled a flagship store in The Dubai Mall. The aesthetic is part rock’n’roll, part avant-garde, so it’s no surprise that Gossip Girl’s resident bad boy Ed Westwick fronts the autumn/winter campaign.
Philipp Plein, The Dubai Mall, Level 1, Fashion Avenue (04 339 8262).
Wake up with great coffee: Head to Make Business Hub for breakfast and enjoy the ReCaf special, offering premium single-origin coffees for the price of your run-of-the-mill cuppa.
Dhs16 per cup. Fri 10am-2pm. Ongoing. Al Fattan House, Dubai Marina (04 392 9216).
Try a new brunch at Seafire: Top Aussie chef George Calombaris will be in town to kick off this new steakhouse brunch. The menu will be based around interactive live stations, featuring providore, Mediterranean-style cold dishes, a butchery and a fishmonger.
Dhs435 (selected house beverages). 12.30pm-4pm. Ongoing. Atlantis The Palm (04 426 2626).
Say happy birthday to DUST: Alternative night DUST celebrates a year of bringing hip-hop, funk and disco to the UAE. DJ Sotusuria from Jordan will be on the decks.
Dhs50. 9pm-3am. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (056 799 6355).
Time Out Dubai,
Festivities 24-hours a day at La Farine or see acoustic musicians
Dance at an intelligent house night or enjoy a night of live comedy
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