5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Get your skates on for the Ramadan Jam or head to Nine7One for sunset

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 17:

Head to Nine7One for sunset: Nine7One’s iftar buffet includes live cooking stations and plenty of Arabic delicacies.
Dhs180 per person (Ramadan juices). Sunset-11pm. The Oberoi, Business Bay (04 444 1444).

Find Eid gifts at a night market: The Ramadan Night Market features an array of stalls selling traditional food and garments, fashion, electronics, jewellery, home appliances and souvenirs. They even have a kids’ play area.
Until July 27. 8pm-2am. Za’abel Hall, Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.ramadannightmarket.com (04 388 5191).

Take to the ice at Al Nasr: Keep cool with private ice skating lessons. Classes are suitable for adults and children of all abilities. Call to book a session.
Dhs60 for members, Dhs70 for non-members, per hour. Ongoing. Al Nasr Leisureland, Oud Metha (04 337 1234).

Dinner for two at Manhattan Grill: The steakhouse’s new two-for-one deal for summer features a three course menu for two.
Dhs550 per couple. Daily 7.30pm-11.30pm. Ongoing. Grand Hyatt, Oud Metha (04 317 2222).

Get your skates on for the Ramadan Jam: A skating and BMXing competition, where participants will be judged on the style and difficulty of their tricks.
Free to participate, Dhs30 entrance fee. 8pm-10pm. Rage Indoor Skatepark, Dubai Sports World, Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.rage-shop.com (052 996 5527).

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