happenings this month Around Jumeirah
Around Jumeirah
Updated on 07 May 2019

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

Where to eat
Biker’s Cafe
Opposite Mercato Mall

Motorheads meet meat-eaters, Biker’s Cafe is simply not for the weak. This cool spot celebrates our favourite two-wheeled beast and is a hotspot for bikers all over the city. www.bikerscafe.com

Where to shop
City Walk

You cannot go back without buying a bottle of scent from Dubai. Pick a bottle of luxury scent from Ghawali store in City Walk. From personalised in-house experience to the extensive selection of products, you will be treated like royalty.

What to do
Sunset Beach

Combine a light work out with a day at the sea and you’ve got stand-up paddleboarding! Take in all the sights of Jumeirah’s Sunset Beach from a view like no other.

Where to party
Four Seasons Resort

No one parties like New York, which is why Dubai’s Provocateur has brought the fun to our city. As the first American nightlife brand to enter the UAE market, Provocateur is also the first electronic music venue. Call 050-9401655. 

What to see
Unicorn Vibes
Al Wasl Vita Mall

Pop by the cafe for some glitz and glam in the form of Unicorn Vibes. As possibly the most instagrammable eatery in the city, Unicorn Vibes goes all out. With every inch of the walls laced in pretty pink memorabilia, you’d be hard pressed not to get the perfect profile pic. The flower-wall features gorgeous pastel flowers from floor to ceiling which is pretty much how we want to decorate our entire homes!

Unicorn Vibes doesn’t stop at the decor, however, because the food is just as aesthetic as it is delicious. Have you ever tried unicorn ice-cream? Well, here’s the perfect spot.

The cafe offers an array of sweet treats including ice-cream, cakes, cookies and milkshakes that are simply mythological! The entire menu is themed around unicorns with the occasional mermaid thrown in - depending on your favourite magical icon.

If you fancy taking home a piece of the magic, the cafe also sells merchandise that is unicorn themed so whether you want a handbag, a pillow, a headband, pins, bracelets, mugs and even some cuddly toys for the little ones, there’s something to unicorn-up every aspect of your life. If you need us, we’ll be shuffling around the house in our new unicorn slippers!



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