5 things to do today in Dubai

Dance the night away or dine at RIVA

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on March 22:

Win new clothes: Spend Dhs699 shopping the spring/summer collections at Mall of the Emirates until Monday April 6 and you’ll stand to win a chic new wardrobe makeover worth Dhs25,000.
Until April 6. Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 409 9000).

Dine at RIVA: Time Out Dubai readers can get 20 percent off lunch or dinner, including house drinks, at this beachside spot.
Prices vary. Daily noon-11.30pm. Until April 18. RIVA Beach Club, The Shoreline, Palm Jumeirah (04 430 9466).

Dance the night away: Start off with a dance class from 8.30pm to 10.30pm and then dance the night away to a mix of zouk, kizomba, salsa and bachata.
Dhs50 for the dance class. Free entrance. La Porte des Indes, The Address Hotel Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 438 8610).

Learn Arabic: Time Out readers can enjoy a free trial conversational Arabic class with RAAD Education and a 20 percent discount on the course, when you present a copy of this magazine.
Trial April 5, 6.45pm-8.15pm. 18-hour course starts April 12. RAAD Education, Millennium Plaza Hotel Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 352 9188).

Grab a burger:
The Best Burger Menu runs across all flagship stores from 9 March until 22 March 2015. Inspired by the flavours of North Africa, jones the grocer’s chefs introduce The Chermoula & Chicken Burger. The herby and lemony Chermoula sauce is drizzled over a seasoned chicken patty topped with smoked cheese and rocket leaves in a freshly baked focaccia.
Call 800 4788, visit www.rsd.ae or contact your nearest jones the grocer store.

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