5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Enjoy iftar at The Ivy or see some summer art

Knowledge story, The Knowledge
Friday 26

Enjoy iftar at The Ivy: The English restaurant takes inspiration from the Middle East with a menu of sumac spiced lamb chops and seafood machboos.
Dhs190 per person. 7pm-8pm. À la carte menu will resume from 8pm onwards. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers (04 319 8767).

Stay cool by carving a snowman: Beat the heat by heading into Ski Dubai’s snow park to create and dress your own snowman and work on your aim with snowball target games. There’s also a weekday camp for kids.
Snow park access Dhs140 (adults), Dhs130 (kids). Until Eid. Mall of the Emirates (800 386).

A tour of the Orient via dinner at Blue Jade: Blue Jade introduces a set menu designed for two diners, featuring dishes from across Asia, such as the chef’s special of Vietnamese lemongrass chicken.
Dhs300 per couple (three courses and mixed drink). Tue-Sun 7pm-11pm. Until July 31. The Ritz-Carlton JBR, Dubai Marina (04 318 6150).

See some summer art: A showcase of the Mussawir’s nine most popular artists, head down to the gallery and check out the contemporary paintings. 6.
Mussawir Art Gallery, Al Marabea Street, opposite Al Shirawi Equipment, Al Quoz 1 (04 388 11663).

Head to the movies: Make your way to the IMAX screen to catch a special Ramadan screening of Journey to Mecca, a documentary that tells the story of famed explorer Ibn Battuta, on his first pilgrimage from Tangier to Mecca.
Dhs45. 9.30pm. Meydan IMAX Theatre, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3760)

Blue and white walkways have been installed in more places

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HiU messenger is available for download for Etisalat customers

Get deals at restaurants including Zheng He’s and Palace Downtown

You’ll also get discounts at spas, bars and restaurants

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