happenings this month Around Deira
Around Deira
Updated on 04 March 2018

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

When: 15-17 March
Let’s Get Together St. Patrick’s Day
The Irish Village

The piece of Ireland in Dubai is having a three-day celebration which you can only experience with the Irish.
For St. Paddy's Day there'll be traditional Irish dance, family brunching, live music, and much more.
Call 04-2824750.

When: 15-24 March
Mother’s Day at Copthorne Hotel Dubai

Treat your mum to dine for free at the Crystal Restaurant. Book on a Wednesday for an Arabian theme or Thursday for Asian Fusion. Mums will also receive 50% discount on all services at the BonBon Beauty Centre.
Call 04-2950500.

When: Every Wednesdays & Thursdays
Kebab Factory at DXB Grill
Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai

From 7-11pm enjoy unlimited kebabs, especially the DXB favourite and signature Malmali Sheikh Kebab. Priced at Dhs 149 per person along with the food enjoy an open kitchen and the vibrancy of Kebab Factory’s ambiance.
Call 04-7028888.

When: Every Friday
The ‘Hive Brunch’ at Warehouse
Le Meridien Dubai Hotel

From 1-4pm enjoy free flowing drinks, a huge variety packed buffet, and live entertainment which includes dancers and acrobats. This brunch also comes with A Secret Bar with a couple surprises. Priced at Dhs 279 per person. Call 04-2170000.

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