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This brunch was made for men
Updated on 17 May 2017

It’s hard to go wrong with a night out when you’re a lady in Dubai. There are nights dedicated to spoiling the ladies with discounted meals and free beverages. But now there’s an event giving men the attention they deserve. Introducing Cook Hall’s Man Cave offer.

For Dhs 299, men are in for 3.5 hours of unlimited beverages (the clock starts ticking from the time you show up), including craft hops, and plates of food. What makes this place man-friendly? The American bar will have games including PlayStation 4, darts and hops pong. If competing isn’t your thing, sit back and catch the match on their screens. Ladies are welcome, too. Available on Saturdays, starting 20th May, from 12pm to 10pm. www.facebook.com/CookHallDubai/

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