5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Head to Em Sherif’s first-ever iftar or try Japanese food at Blue Jade

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

Head to Em Sherif’s first-ever iftar
Expect set menus in signature Em Sherif style for both iftar and suhoor. There will be traditional entertainment during suhoor, including live tarab music.
Iftar: Dhs320. Sunset-9pm; suhoor: Dhs360. 11pm-3am. The Address Downtown Dubai (04 424 3000).

Have a look in Brooks Brothers
American fashion brand Brooks Brothers is now open in Festival Square at Dubai Festival City. Find both menswear and womenswear in the new 224 sqm store.
Festival City Mall, Dubai Festival City (04 288 1810).

Sample seafood at Benihana
Enjoy a menu of seafood teppanyaki dishes such as prawn and salmon, plus miso soup, salad, hibachi vegetables and a chocolate fountain.
Dhs209 (soft drinks). Wed 6.30pm-11.30pm.Ongoing. Al Bustan Rotana, Garhoud (04 282 0000).

Try Japanese food at Blue Jade
Don’t miss the set menu.
From Dhs250 for food only. Daily 7pm-11pm. Ongoing. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 318 6150).

See a film screening
‘Here Comes The Sun’ is a summer-long film series. Tonight’s screening is of a movie by Russian filmmaker Alexander Sokurov. Solntse (The Sun)
depicts Emperor Hirohito, who led Japan during The Second World War and his surrender to the US General Douglas MacArthur.
Free. 9pm. Until June 19. Cinema Room, A4 Space, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (050 556 9797).

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