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

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

When: Every Saturday
Saturday Chill & Grill
RIVA Beach Club

Meat lovers will have something to look forward to with RIVA’s burgers, hotdogs, and chicken skewers alongside a series of Hawaiian themed drinks against a serene and gorgeous view. Priced at Dhs 80 per person Call 04-4309466.

When: 18-21 April
Diary of a Madman
The Junction

This show captures the story of a civil servant who becomes lovestruck by the daughter of a senior official. He records his decline into madness with interludes of insight into his psychosis. Tickets are priced at Dhs 150. dubai.platinumlist.net

When: 20 April
Backstreet Boys at Blended Music Festival
Dubai Media City Amphitheatre

Get ready for some major nostalgia as the legendary boy band will be sure to play favourites like ‘I Want It That Way’ and ‘Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)’. Real fans won’t want to miss this! Tickets start at Dhs 350. www.blended.ae

When: 1-21 April
2-for-1 deal at El Sur
The Westin Dubai

The Latin restaurant is offering a traditional Spanish tapas brunch. The meal includes a set menu of five signature Spanish dishes, a grand paella main, and a selection of desserts. For a family of four with two adults and two children under 10 enjoy a 2-for-1 deal, priced at Dhs 445. Call 04-3997700. 

 

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