5 things to do today in Dubai

Eat American at SoHo Bar & Grill or see Shadow Art

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Things to do on September 3:

Eat American at SoHo Bar & Grill: Try the steakhouse’s ‘Americana’ special, featuring burgers and hot dogs, which finishes this week.
From Dhs55 per dish. Sat-Wed 7pm-1am, Thu and Fri 7pm-2am. Until September 4. Century Village, Garhoud (04 286 8520).

Organise a Shop N’ Style Soiree: Get expert guidance from Dubai-based styling service Style Me Divine and shop Monroe & Me’s collection at the same time from your home. A stylist will talk you through the collections and advise which styles best suit you.
Dhs500 and a minimum of five people for two hours. All locations (04 455 8475).

See Shadow Art: This exhibition showcases the work of Jordanian artists Bassam Al Selawi and Maysoon Masalha – through sculpture, calligraphy and shadows.
Free. Pullman Dubai Hotel, Deira City Centre (04 294 1222).

Make a Speak Date: Meet people and learn a new language in a fun and sociable way. Certified instructors will teach you basic phrases in popular languages, and attendees will share their hands-on knowledge of their own. Register online to attend.
Free. 6pm-8pm. Lounge Café Italiano, Arenco Tower, Dubai Media City, www.etoninstitute.com (04 4386 800).

Dance to hip-hop: DJs Shero and Brooklyn are on the decks at XL Beach Club playing a mix of hip-hop and urban tracks. The venue is fully air-conditioned so you can work up an earned sweat on the dancefloor.
Free for ladies and couples, Dhs100 for gents. 9pm-3am. XL Beach Club, Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (056 640 6161).

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