5 things to do tomorrow

Try Jones the Grocer’s new iftar or check out Little More

The Knowledge
Thursday, July 26

See a thought-provoking art show: The works featured in ‘Urban Epidermis: A Journey of Dilapidation’ comment on the relationship that people have with their
urban surroundings.
Until September 1. Traffic, 179 Umm Suqeim Road, Al Quoz (04 347 0209).

Weekday deals at Natural Healing Spa: Get discounted foot reflexology from Sunday to Thursday, with the option to add a neck and shoulder massage for Dhs50. Dhs99 (foot reflexology), Dhs149 with neck and shoulder massage.
10am-3pm. Ongoing. Natural Healing Spa, Al Wasl Road (04 348 3896).

Try Jones the Grocer’s new iftar:
The iftar menu changes week to week throughout Ramadan. Expect gourmet dishes such as chicken and date pot pie.
10am-sunset (takeaway), sunset-midnight (business as usual). Al Manara (04 346 6886).

Check out Little More: Dubai favourite More Café has opened a new, bite-sized branch in Dubai Marina Mall. You can visit after sunset, or order treats such as North Indian chicken toasted sandwiches or veal croquettes for delivery throughout the day.
Dine-in available daily sunset-midnight. Dubai Marina Mall (04 432 4608).

Head to a charity iftar on behalf of Operation Smile: This iftar aims to raise funds for kids with facial disfigurements. Dhs130 of the cost goes towards the meal itself, while Dhs220 goes to the charity. Tickets available at time of going to press.
Dhs350 per person. 6.30pm-10.30pm. The Ritz-Carlton DIFC, vivek.mukherjee@industryre.com.

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