5 things to do today in Dubai

Think pink at Nais Italian Kitchen or saddle up for the Cycle Challenge

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

Think pink at Nais Italian Kitchen: As October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, ladies get a ten percent discount on their bill this month. The restaurant is also serving pink-themed desserts.
Prices vary. Sat-Thu 11am-9pm. Until October 31. HDS Tower, Cluster F, JLT (04 452 9991).

Saddle up for the Cycle Challenge: If you’re thinking of taking on the Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge, but your training isn’t up to speed, register for this build-up ride to help you get ready. Cycle Safe Dubai has designed a training calendar that will get you on track in five months.
Dhs50. 6am. Nad Al Sheba Cycle Track, Nad Al Sheba, www.premieronline.com (050 680 4528).

Sunset dancing: A range of house, deep house and electro music by Conan Manchester, Rich Showell, Raxon and Rishi.
Free. 6pm-3am. 360˚, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim (055 500 8518).

Seven days, seven ways: This month, Lafayette Gourmet launches a new programme of themed dining nights, with a different cuisine speciality offered each night of the week, spanning Spanish, Arabic, Cantonese and more.
Dhs95 per person (soft drinks). Daily 6pm-9pm. Lafayette Gourmet, Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall (04 339 9933).

Oktoberfest Reggae Bashment: A quirky combination of cultures at this night, with Kenyan DJs The Muzikal Sheriff, Selekta Roots Radix aka ’The Roots General’’ and MC Dido Ranks aka ’The Ultimate Payaka Man.’
Dhs75. 9pm-3am. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (04 359 8888).

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