Things to Do

8 things to do in Dubai this week: November 6 to 9

It’s a new week, and if you want to make the most of it, take out your calendar and start planning your things to do in Dubai. From an afternoon tea to Dubai Design Week, drinks at a one-day-only bar collaboration and more.

Monday, November 6

Gather for Gaza at Honeycomb Hi-Fi

Soul Collective DXB, a collective of chefs, restaurateurs, and creative thinkers, has worked with the Emirates Red Crescent and the Little Wings Foundation on a series of fundraising events. ‘Gather for Gaza’ was created to bring the community together in unity of the Palestinian people. Every fil will be donated to the Emirates Red Crescent to help Gaza people affected by the ongoing critical issue. Today, on November 6, people of the UAE will gather at Honeycomb Hifi for a serving of food and drinks, with the earnings going to the Emirates Red Crescent. If you are unable to attend tonight, please visit this page for future meeting dates.

Take a breather on the beach

Mental health is vital, so if you’re feeling emotionally depleted, consider relaxing on the beach. It has been shown that ocean breezes improve mood, and there is nothing more soothing than listening to the waves. There are several free beaches in Dubai, and if you go to Public Beach, you may take a cool photo or video at Flag Garden. The most beautiful time to visit is around sunset.

Tuesday, November 7

From November 7 to 12, the region’s largest and coolest design ceremony returns. It’s all taking place in one of the city’s coolest regions, Dubai Design District (d3), and includes a jam-packed designer schedule of exhibits, installations, talks, and workshops from a variety of creative professions. Go here for a short overview of the meeting.

Enjoy a Diwali menu at Bombay Bungalow

Are you enjoying the Festival of Lights and looking for a place to eat? From November 6 to 13, modern Indian restaurant Bombay Manor provides a limited-edition Diwali menu. Panchpuran mahi tikka, tawa murgh, adraki aloo gobhi, and other foods are available.

Wednesday, November 8

Tuck into an afternoon tea at Armani/Caffé 

Every day from 12pm to 6pm, Armani/Caffe at Dubai Mall provides afternoon tea. Expect savoury dishes like Vitello tonnato and Tramezzini (Italian sandwiches) and even sweet sweets like velvety tiramisu and small cannolo. You will be able to choose from a quality selection of coffees and teas, like conventional espresso, gold cappuccino, and others. It will set you back Dhs195 per person.

Transport yourself to the streets of Bangkok at Galaxy Bar

On November 8, the well-known Galaxy Bar will hold their final Guest Barman Shift of the year with the well-known MessengerService Bar. Galaxy Bar will be converted into Bangkok’s lively streets below the sky, with glimpses of MessengerService Bar filling the surrounding region, giving customers to experience the energy of two renowned venues in one location. Sips inspired by Bangkok’s lively alleys might be expected.

Thursday, November 9

Indulge in a 12-course dinner at SushiSamba

Do you like SushiSamba? This month marks the two-year anniversary of Dubai’s world-famous restaurant, and on November 9, guests are welcome to pull up a chair for its ‘Four Hands’ 12-course meal. Dinner will cost Dhs849 per person and will be served by Food Director Chef Kyung Soo Moon and Chef José Luis Chavez.

Soak in the weather and the views at Luma Pool Lounge

With the return of the winter season comes the reopening of many beautiful terraces around Dubai. Luma Pools Lounge at Address Grand Creek Harbour has unaltered views. Mediterranean and Levantine food are available for snacks, while shisha is available starting at 3 p.m.

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