dining whats on Ladies' nights in Dubai
Ladies' nights in Dubai
Updated on 29 June 2017

In Dubai with your girlfriends? That’s enough excuse to check out a ladies’ night. Thankfully, it’s not limited to a particular day of the week. You can reap the benefits of being a woman on all seven days. Here’s where you should be going with the troop.

Thursday

Noir at Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, Sheikh Zayed Road

From 9pm onwards, ladies get unlimited house beverages for just Dhs 100 while DJ Sara G drops some cool tunes. For those who’d like to grab a bite, the menu offers Asian Fusion and Latin American cuisine. Call 052-9869585.

Friday

Rock Bottom at Ramee Rose Hotel, Barsha Heights

Friday is not the only night where women get three free drinks from 8pm to 12am. The offer is valid on Mondays and Wednesdays too. Call 055-2009333.

Saturday

Rosso at Amwaj Rotana, The Walk, JBR

Italian restaurant Rosso will be serving ladies two complimentary glasses of grape or house beverages every Saturday from 9pm until closing time. Call 04-4282000.

Sunday

Bazxar at Gate Precint building 4, DIFC

Not one, not two, not three glasses of sparkling beverages. It’s free-flowing from 8pm onwards. Plus, there’s live music from DJ Benyamin, Sam B, and Tommygun at this popular DIFC spot every Sunday. Call 04-3551111.

Monday

Aji at Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah

If you’re looking for a complete night out, this Japanese restaurant ticks all boxes. Its ladies’ night offer includes three complimentary drinks as well as a 30% discount on its Nikkei menu. Available from 8pm to 12am. Call 04-5520244.

Tuesday

Vault at JW Marriott Marquis, Business Bay

Spread over the 71st and 72nd floor of JW Marriott Marquis, this effortlessly cool space promises ladies’ night with a view – Dubai Canal and Burj Khalifa being some of the sights. Ladies get three complimentary beverages from 8pm until 12am. There’s a DJ too. Call 04-4143000.

Wednesday

Waka at The Oberoi Dubai, Business Bay

The newest kid on the block is offering ladies three complimentary beverages along with a 50% discount on mains between 8pm and 12am every Wednesday. If the boys want to join in, the group gets a 25% discount on the food bill. Call 04-4441455.


 

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