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).