Get revved up at Gulf Bike Week or see a house legend spinat N’Dulge
Time Out Dubai staff
Thursday, October 24
Get revved up at Gulf Bike Week: See incredible bike stunts, take part in a custom bike competition, watch local rockers and much more at this three-day event. Dhs60. Thu 4pm-11pm, Fri 1.30pm-11pm, Sat 1.30pm-9.30pm. Dubai Media City Amphitheatre (04 435 6101).
Learn to cook with a celebrity chef: Famous Indian chef Sanjeev Kapoor visits his Bur Dubai restaurant Signature by Sanjeev Kapoor this week to promote the new menu. He will also be hosting a one-off cooking class today, at Azalya in the same hotel, where he will be demonstrating three recipes. Dhs299. 1pm-3pm. Melia Dubai, Port Rashid, Bur Dubai (04 386 8111).
Go to the ball: A Moulin Rouge-themed pink ball is held in support of the UAE’s Pink Caravan charity, and will feature a three-course dinner and drinks, plus a live auction. From Dhs845 per person. Sky Bubble, Meydan Racecourse, Nad Al Sheba, www.bigpinkball.com (050 123 6547).
Feast on Iberian fare: The Portuguese restaurant eschews the usual rivalry with their Spanish neighbours, offering dinner guests complimentary Spanish beverages. Dhs200 minimum spend per person. Thu and Fri 7pm-midnight. Until October 31. Four Points by Sheraton, Bur Dubai (04 397 7444).
See a house legend spinat N’Dulge: The pioneering Chicago house DJ Chez Damier will be manning the decks at N’Dulge. Dhs100, free for ladies before 11pm. 9pm-3am. N’Dulge, Atlantis The Palm, (055 200 4322).