Free Coffee: Celebrate International Coffee Day In Dubai
Updated on 30 September 2020

It’s our favourite time of the year..well, almost. International Coffee Day takes place on Thursday, 1 October and we can’t wait to celebrate with a free cuppa at some of these cool spots in Dubai. So, head down to these cafés tomorrow and show a ‘latte’ love for the caffeinated beverage. 


How about free coffee for a WHOLE day?! This JBR hotspot is offering bottomless brewed coffee on the house with every main course on Thursday. We can’t think of a better way to start the day than this!

Location: City Walk and JBR | Contact info: 04-240 6877/04-430 7252

Reform Social & Grill

In a rush but still wish you could celebrate International Coffee Day? Just drop by Reform Social & Grill anytime between 8am to 12am for a free takeaway coffee tomorrow. Offer is also available on dine-in. 

Location: The Lakes | Contact info: 04-454 2638

Il Passaggio 

This newly launched restaurant is offering free coffee to its guests for a WHOLE month. That’s right, a whole month of free cuppas for everyone. The giveaway is in celebration of both International Coffee Day and International Coffee Month. We’re not complaining at all!

Location: The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah | Contact info: 04-587 3111


Want to win free coffee for a month? Hurry up and enter Flow’s ‘Tag & Win’ competition on Instagram which ends on Thursday, 1 October. But if you’re camera shy, the venue will be offering its first 100 customers tomorrow free cups of coffee. Plan your day accordingly! Offer is available from 7am to 7pm. 

Location: Jumeirah Emirates Towers | Contact info: 04-319 8767


Prefer Turkish coffee instead? Babaji is where you need to be! The City Walk hotspot is offering free Turkish coffee along with Turkish delights to each customer all day tomorrow. Offer is available from 11am to 1am. 

Location: Al Safa Street, City Walk | Contact info: 04-385 4605

Al Mashowa 

Love Qahwa? Head down to Al Mashowa for an authentic Emirati experience along with a free traditional Qahwa coffee. You’ll also get a free side of Arabic dates with your cuppa. Absolute bliss!

Location: City Walk and Riverland | Contact info: 04-590 5455

Marks & Spencer Café

If you’re lucky enough to be one of the first 350 customers at Marks & Spencer, you can score yourself a free coffee voucher with every purchase. These vouchers are redeemable throughout October. The cosy café also has launched premium coffee hampers that can be delivered directly to your doorstep. 

Location: Dubai Mall, Dubai Festival City Mall, Festival Plaza, Marina Walk and The Springs Souk | Visit:

Sikka Café

Qahwa lovers, look no further than Sikka Café to celebrate your favourite brew tomorrow. Enjoy a free cup of Emirati and Saudi Qahwa with a side of dates on Thursday, 1 October. Offer is available at all locations from 9am to 1am. 

Location: La Mer, City Walk and Last Exit Al Khawaneej | Contact info: 04-385 6775/04-385 6524/04-284 9521

Al Nafoorah

Fans of traditional coffee can head straight to Al Nafoorah for their free cup coffee. But wait, there’s more. You’ll also get a free Lebanese biscuit ma’amoul stuffed with dates. Delish! 

Location: Jumeirah Emirates Towers | Contact info: 800-666353

One Life Kitchen & Café

This one’s for the Insta-savvy folk out there! Take a picture of yourself at One Life Kitchen & Cafe, post it on Instagram while tagging the venue, and claim a free cup of coffee! Head down to the d3 spot anytime between 8am to 6pm on Thursday, 1 October and click away!

Location: Building 5, Dubai Design District | Contact info: 04-5134727

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UAE residents, whose visas expired between 1 March and 11 July, must renew their visas and Emirates IDs before the grace period ends on 10 October.

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The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) has announced that employment visas can now be issued for vital government and semi-government sectors, including entry permits for domestic workers, in the UAE.

UAE’s national airline, Etihad Airways, has announced that tickets for flights departing from the Abu Dhabi International Airport will include the price of the COVID-19 test, until the end of the year. 

Teachers and administrative staff of private schools in the capital will have to undergo COVID-19 test once in every two weeks, according to authorities. 

Expo 2020 will be hosting a two-day virtual event bringing together renowned figures from the field of space travel and exploration. 

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has begun the installation of solar-powered smart screens at bus stops across the emirate. 

One of Abu Dhabi’s most popular tourist spots, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, reopened to visitors on Sunday, 4 October.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, shared pictures and videos on his Twitter account as he witnessed the installation of the final panel of the Museum of the Future. 

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