happenings this month Zero Gravity is where the ladies should be this Tuesday
Zero Gravity is where the ladies should be this Tuesday
Updated on 31 July 2017

Most venues around town celebrate Tuesday night as ladies’ night. This means a few free beverages or a discount on food. However, there’s one place that’s offering an incredible deal on the night. At Zero Gravity, you get unlimited bites and beverages for four hours (8pm to 12am) and...ladies pay only Dhs 100. Men can join in too with the all-inclusive package for Dhs 200 that's available from 10pm onwards. On another note, ladies also get free pool and beach access on Tuesdays. (Note: security has the right to refuse entry.) www.0-gravity.ae 
 

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