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8 fun things to do in Dubai this week: November 20 to 23

It’s a new week, and if you want to make the most of it, get out the diary and start planning your things to do in Dubai. From a dinner to support Palestine to a women’ day, a dinner and painting session, and more, there’s something for everyone.

Monday, November 20

Pull up a chair at Roberto’s to support Palestine

Do you want to do something to aid Palestine? Roberto’s has partnered with a philanthropic dinner event tonight from 7.30pm to 10.30pm, with the proceeds going to Dubai Cares’ Tarahum for Gaza campaign, which provides critical relief to people in need. To make an arrangement, use this link. Call the team at 04 386 0066 for further details.

Roberto’s, DIFC, Dubai; Nov 10; 7.30pm to 10.30pm; Dhs1,000 minimum expense.

Show off your creativity at Tori Tori

ARTfem at Tori Tori in Jumeirah Zabeel Saray allows you to show off your creativity. The colourful twilight-themed painting experience starts at 7 p.m., and you will be able to pick two courses from a broad menu which includes modern Japanese and foreign cuisines. Wagyu sliders, salmon tartar, potato quina dumplings, hot mezze, and more dishes are offered. You’ll also get three sips of non-alcoholic sparkling rose, creative cocktails, beers, and wines. Everyone is welcome; just bring your excitement and we’ll supply the rest.

Tori Tori, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, West Crescent, Jumeirah Palm Dubai; November 20; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Dhs399 per person.

Tuesday, November 21

Head to Drift for a day with the gals

Every Tuesday, women build for Drifting Women Day. You can book a single sun lounger for Dhs75 and enjoy an exclusive drink ‘Le Rosé’ upon arrival.

Every Tuesday at Drift Beach, One&Only Royal Mirage, Dubai.

Try your luck at a free hot dog at Sausage Saloon

The popular South African hotdog business is celebrating its 26th birthday by giving out 26 free hot dogs for the whole week. You may try your luck at the Dubai Festival City. Yet, you must locate the business’s mascot, Frank, who will be walking around the mall handing out free hotdogs. In addition, from 1pm to 7pm on November 26th, there is a buy one, get a second free offer.

Wednesday, November 22

Munch on wings to your heart’s content at Belgian Beer Cafe

On Wednesdays, Belgian Beer Cafe is all about the wings. For Dhs99, you can eat many claws is your stomach can bear in a variety of flavours like BBQ, hot and spicy, garlic, and blue cheese. This yummy provide is available from 6 p.m. until 1 a.m.

Belgian Brew Cafe; Grand Millennium Dubai; Barsha Heights; Barsha; each Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Dhs99 unlimited wings.

Check out an art exhibition at the Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre

Ras Al Khaimah Art’s year-long their schedules of events and shows of art is one of several projects. You can view a variety of works by Emirati photographers Faisal Al Raes and Nuwair Al Hajeri at the Sunken Garden at the Ritz-Carlton, the Dubai International Financial Centre. Visit Her Highness Sheikha Hana bint Juma Al Majid’s personal store if you like jewellery. The Savoy Headpiece and The Daisy Hand Ornament, both from Tiffany & Co’s The Great Gatsby line, are centrepieces of the jewellery line. Visitors are able to view Emirati designer Mohammed Rashed Al Suwaidi’s unique carved mother-of-pearl artisan distance. His family’s pearl-diving tradition inspired the line.

Thursday, November 23

Celebrate Hard Rock Cafe Dubai’s 25th anniversary

Celebrating 25 years of existence is always a huge deal, whether it’s a birthday, a profession, or, in this case, Hard Rock Cafe Dubai’s 25th anniversary. And, of course, this super-cool club is celebrating with a bang on November 23rd, with an appearance featuring local symbol Abri. Limited edition t-shirts made by Abri himself will be provided as part of the cooperation. The Al Jalila Foundation will receive a share of the income.

Indulge in a Thursday evening brunch at Coya

Why wait till Saturday when you can have brunch at Coya Dubai on Thursday evening? The Clásico Evening Brunch menu offers tantalising Peruvian nibbles as well as Coya’s characteristic entrees. The three-hour event includes unlimited drinks, including Pisco Sours and traditional cocktails.

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