5 things to do today in Dubai

Celebrate Nobu’s fifth anniversary or immerse yourself in UAE culture

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Wednesday, October 30

Celebrate Nobu’s fifth anniversary: Chef Nobu Matsuhisa will be knocking around for an evening of special food and drinks along with a silent charity auction.
Dhs595. 8pm-midnight. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 0760).

Watch top level golf for free: Dubai Festival City hosts the grand final of the European Challenge Tour. The event will run for four days, culminating on Sunday November 3, with free entry for spectators.
Free. Tee times TBA, see website for announcements. Al Badia Golf Club, Festival City, www.europeantour.com (050 451 4188).

Immerse yourself in UAE culture: Community group Cultures in the UAE meets to discuss the impact of Emirati family dynamics and tribal influences on modern Dubai culture.
Free. 7pm-9pm. Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.meetup.com/culturesintheuae (no number).

Learn some new moves at Nomad: Wednesday nights at Nomad are Spanish night with a selection of tapas, charged à la carte, live performances and you’ll get the chance to learn some Flamenco moves in the process.
Dhs50 per person (classes only, food priced à la carte). 8pm-2am. Ongoing. Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Garhoud (04 230 8571).

Catch Michelin stars in town: The Galvin brothers’ week at Jumeirah Beach Hotel ends today. Head to Villa Beach Restaurant for the last chance to sample a Michelin-level menu from Galvin La Chapelle in London.
Prices vary. Daily 7pm-11pm. Until October 30. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 406 8999).

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