Things to Do in Dubai This Week - Cut The Chase
We have just published a roundup of the best things to do this week in Dubai, including restaurant deals, free events and fun activities.
CUT THE CHASE, GET THE MEAT
Have you woken up starving in the morning? Head to Butcha Dubai to try their steak breakfast with unlimited filtered coffee. Available every Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm for just Dhs 79.
Butcha - Steakhouse, The Beach, Opposite JBR
TAKE TO THE TABLES
Is Table Tennis your favourite game? Visit Dubai Sports World which is offering you tables to play free of cost. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your table.
Daily 8:00 am-midnight, until August 29, Dubai Sports World, Sheikh Zayed Road,
RUN THE MILE
Keep challenging your personal best in jogging/running and sign up for the upcoming Nike+ Run Club Midnight Mile. Push your limits, as you pound the pavements of Dubai's streets. If you think you can break the record sign up with your existing Nike+ account or register for a new Nike+ account.
EXPERIENCE DUBAI ON A TOUR
Get to experience the epic beauty of historical sites and nuances of cosmopolitan life in Dubai on this thorough sightseeing tour of the city. See Dubai's famous architectural landmarks, soak in beautiful views of Bastakiya and shop at traditional souqs.
Check availability of tour!
LEARN CONVERSATIONAL ARABIC
Did you always want to learn Arabic? Arabic Conversation Halaqa, a meetup group of experienced teachers will teach you outside the classroom and encourage guests to speak Arabic on common topics.
Every 2nd Saturday of each month, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
JAPANESE CULINARY IMMERSION AT UMAI
Umai is offering unlimited sushi and sashimi feast exquisitely prepared by resident Japanese master chef, Yasunori Iwata. You have the chance to feast on these delicate delicacies until the end of this month.
From 2nd to 31st August 2015. AED 230 per guest for unlimited Sushi & Sashimi, +971 4444 1407
INDULGE IN COSTA RICAN SUNDAYS
Experience Costa Rican cuisine at Spikes restaurant as new head chef Guillermo Hernandez concocts a tempting variety of dishes typical and traditional of Costa Rica.
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