DINING


McGettigan’s is hosting a bumper brunch
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Six hours of food and beverages.


3 places to get frozen yoghurt
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Your post-dinner treat sorted.


Try lobster Wellington in Dubai this week
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From the guys at Bread Street Kitchen.


3 Iftars to try this evening
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The not-so-traditional ones.


3 restaurants open for lunch today
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Just in case you're not fasting.


Flow serves breakfast until 4pm
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Reason to stay in bed longer.


City Walk now has a Ramadan tent
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It’s open for iftar and suhour.


Not an early bird? Try Waka's night brunch
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Starting this week.


Try iftar at Nadi Nights this month
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Location: Dubai’s hipster hub, Alserkal Avenue.


5 cuisines to try at City Walk
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So much food, so little time.


Celebrate Father's Day at Gaucho
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Take your daddy there on 17th or 18th June.


Italians get a 20% discount at Segreto
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But just for one day.


This brunch was made for men
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Sorry ladies, you might need to find something else to do.

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