Try camel-themed iftar at The Med or check out pop-up cinema in Al Quoz
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on July 16:
Camel-themed iftar at The Med: The buffet features camel milk cheese, camel ouzi and even a chocolate fountain, made (of course) with camel milk. Dhs120. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).
Get discounts on hair services: Get 25 percent off hair services including Hair Botox, Keratin and Brazilian Blowouts. Plus, enjoy a bargain package including a classic mani-pedi, hot oil hair treatment, blow-dry and a 30-minute back and shoulder massage for just Dhs385. Until July 20. The Dollhouse Salon, Dubai Ladies Club, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 385 4484).
Check out pop-up cinema in Al Quoz: Discover independent world film at The Third Line. The final screening in the summer series is Pather Panchali, a drama about a poor Brahmin family in early years of the 20th century in Bengal. The film has English subtitles. Free. 9pm. The Third Line, Al Quoz, www.thethirdline.com (04 341 1367).
See a Ramadan art installation: The Dubai Mall is hosting an art exhibition by Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej throughout Ramadan, titled ‘Encyclopedia’. The multi-coloured steel sculpture is featured in the Waterfall Atrium. Until July 28. Waterfall Atrium, The Dubai Mall (800 3822 46255).
Let ’em eat cake at St Tropez Bistro: Celebrating Bastille Day and French independence, the ‘menu de fête’ (which finishes this week) serves three courses of French classics. Dhs245 per person. Mon-Sat 10am-1am. Until July 19. Mall of Emirates, Al Barsha (04 341 3415).