5 things to do today in Dubai

Head out for seafood at Benihana or see a calligraphy exhibition

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 1:

Head out for seafood at Benihana: Enjoy seafood teppanyaki dishes, plus miso soup, salad and a chocolate fountain.
Dhs209 (soft drinks). Wed 6.30pm-11.30pm.Ongoing. Al Bustan Rotana, Garhoud (04 282 0000).

See a calligraphy exhibition: See a total of 70 works from calligraphers alongside five sculptural pieces as part of ‘The History and Art of Arabic Calligraphy’ exhibition.
Free. Until July 6. 10am-1am. The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (800 38224 6255).

Check out RWAQ Ramadan: This late-night event for Ramadan features five zones dedicated to food, culture, art, fashion, and installations at the Murjan and Sadaf areas of The Walk, JBR. For dining, there will be two dedicated marquees serving contemporary Arabic fusion menus.
Free entry. Daily 7pm-2am. Until the end of Ramadan. The Walk, JBR, www.rwaq.ae (800 62728).

Catch a flick at A4 Space: Check out the ‘Here Comes the Sun’ film screening series at A4 Space. This week, enjoy El Sol del Membrillo (The Quince Tree Sun).
Free. 9pm. Until July 3. A4 Space, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, www.alserkalavenue.ae (050 556 9797).

Attend The Dubai Ramadan Forum: Hear lectures on different aspects of Islam by speakers from all over the world, with live translation from Arabic into English. Register online to attend.
Free. 10pm-midnight. Until July 4. Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.almultaqa.ae (600 555 559).

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