5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Enjoy a spot of lunch at El Sur or donate your old clothes

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on June 27:

Enjoy a spot of lunch at El Sur: This innovative Spanish restaurant hosts a special Friday lunch menu today.
Dhs245 per person (with three beverages). 12.30pm-3.30pm. The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Al Sufouh Road, Dubai Marina (04 399 7700).

Donate your old clothes: Support the ‘Make a Difference this Ramadan’ campaign by donating old clothes, reading glasses and mobiles to the Red Crescent Society. Look out for collection boxes in Majid Al Futtaim Malls across Dubai including Mall of the Emirates and Deira City Centre.

Buy hand-made candles and art: Arte Market moves to Times Square Center this Friday, head down to browse hand-made products such as funky baby clothes, art and photography.
Free. Noon-9pm, June 27, Dubai Times Square Center, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.arte.ae.

Some like it hot at Reform: Reform Social & Grill launches ‘The Great British Curry’ promotion. Choose butter chicken, beef madras or aubergine and mushroom masala and you’ll get pilaf rice, dahl, roti, cucumber raita and Bombay potatoes, all for under Dhs100.
Dhs99 per person. 8pm-midnight. Ongoing. The Lakes, Emirates Living (04 454 2638).

Enjoy a gent’s spa day: The luxe Men’s Wellness package includes three LPG re-sculpting sessions, three personal training sessions, a consultation with plastic surgeon and beauty specialist Dr Maurizio Viel, advanced teeth cleaning with Dr Karim Fekih and a royal shave involving a mask.
Dhs2,500. Ongoing. ShuiQi Spa at Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 1020).

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