5 things to do today

Get a discount massage and enjoy ribs with a pint

Knowledge story, The Knowledge
Monday 25

Enjoy a discount massage at NStyle: Enjoy 15 per cent off a 50-minute reinvigorating aromatherapy massage – perfect for alleviating stress and relieving tension. Plus, if you spend Dhs300 at any of the salons, you’ll get a Dhs50 voucher to use on your next visit.
Dhs221 (normally Dhs260) Until August 26. Various locations including Dubai Marina Mall (04 434 2616).

Visit the new M&S: JBR residents needn’t trek to the other end of town to get their Marks & Spencer fix – there’s now a (rather large) new branch at Mall of the Emirates, which even has a food section.
Mall of the Emirates, Barsha (04 409 9000).

Eat healthily at Ember: Ember’s lunch menu features a selection of healthy gourmet dishes – tuna salad, spinach and truffle risotto and salmon, to name a few.
Dhs99. Daily 12.30pm-3.30pm. The Address Dubai Mall, dine.dubaimall@theaddress.com (04 438 8999).

Ribs and a pint at Loca: One of our favourite nights in Dubai – enjoy wickedly delicious ribs and hop-based beverages as part of this weekly deal.
Dhs75. 8pm. Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah (04 346 1111).

Kids eat free at Toscana: Save your dirhams, forgo the washing up and enjoy a great family meal out at Toscana at the Souk Madinat Jumeirah. This stylish Italian restaurant with an al-fresco quayside terrace serves a delicious array of tasty pastas and pizzas that will keep the little ones happily tucking in at the table. The offer runs every day until August 31.
Prices vary. Open daily noon-midnight. Toscana, Souk Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6730).

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