5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Donate when you eat at Reem Al Bawadi or break the fast at Marina Mall

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 2:

Donate when you eat at Reem Al Bawadi: Customers can provide a meal to a labourer by donating Dhs20 at the end of their iftar buffet.
Dhs130 (buffet), Dhs20 (donation). Until Eid. Various locations including Jumeirah Beach Road (04 394 7444).

Break the fast at Marina Mall: View Middle Eastern art in the Central Atrium, break the fast with Arabic coffee and juices at the Arabian Majlis, visit Beit Al Khair and Noor Dubai Foundation’s stands on the lower ground floor, and enjoy iftar buffets from Dhs65 in the
mall’s restaurants.
Until Eid. Dubai Marina Mall, Dubai Marina, www.dubaimarinamall.com (04 436 1020).

Get a discount at Sass Café: The early-bird menu is a three-course menu deal for early diners.
Dhs195 (food only), Dhs380 (beverages). Sun-Fri 7pm-8pm. Ongoing. Al Fattan Currency House, DIFC (04 352 7722).

Try the iftar buffet at A La Turca: Enjoy the assorted mezze, salads, pide (Turkish flatbread) and doner kebab stations.
Dhs185 per person, Dhs75 (children aged three-12). Daily sunset-9pm. Rixos The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 457 5555).

Cheer on the athletes: Support the annual Nad Al Sheba Sports Tournament, which includes several competitions such as volleyball, marathon, padel tennis and cycling with total prize money of Dhs8 million. Spectators can also participate in daily raffles.
Free. 9pm-1am. Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex, www.nasst.ae (050 507 0311).

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