5 things to do today in Dubai

Enjoy iftar at Eggspectation or celebrate US Independence

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 3:

Enjoy iftar at Eggspectation: The egg-focussed Montreal café serves fresh juice, soup, salad, main courses and desserts for iftar. For a chance to win an iftar for two this week, see page 43.
Dhs185. From sunset. The Beach, JBR, Dubai Marina (04 430 7252).

Get on the road to start-up success: Planning to start up your own tech business? Then attend this conference on understanding and overcoming start-up failures. The event will host guest speakers including Ambareen Musa, founder of www.souqalmal.com. Purchase tickets online or RSVP online to pay on the door.
Dhs91. 6pm-midnight. The Cribb, Al Quoz, www.meetup.com/atthecribb (04 319 7645).

See Bliqis by Kamal Boullata: Allow your perception of spatial ambiguity and transparency to be challenged by this collection of 15 large artworks.
Until July 31. Meem Gallery, Al Quoz (04 347 7883).

Celebrate US Independence: Revel in the best of US telly from the comfort of a squishy beanbag at Reform Social & Grill. Watch everything from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Saved by the Bell inside the restaurant’s air-conditioned tent.
Free with the purchase of food and drink. 8pm. Reform Social & Grill, The Lakes, www.reformsocialgrill.ae (04 454 2638).

New flavours for iftar at The Ivy: The British concept takes on a distinctly Arabian flavour, with an iftar menu featuring harissa with chickpeas and feta and pan-fried Sultan Ibrahim with seafood machboos.
Dhs250. Sunset-midnight. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 319 8767).

The sleek new trains will be more spacious with a swankier design

Get out your lederhosen, it’s time to party in the city's biggest Oktoberfest festivals

Sponsored: Hendrick’s DXB Cucumber Day is fast approaching

This week’s episode of the Time Out Dubai podcast rolls up its sleeves

The al fresco theme park will be opening its gates with a new show

The critically acclaimed Shakespeare play will be performed in January


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