happenings this month Around Al Barsha & Al Quoz
Around Al Barsha & Al Quoz
Updated on 01 August 2018

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

Where to shop

Lululemon
Mall of the Emirates

Fitness enthusiasts with a love for style should check out Lululemon’s exclusive collection of sportswear. Though, it started as an athletic brand inspired by yoga, it is being loved by people associated with all sort of fitness activities.

What to do

Pout Salon & Spa Dubai
Al Barsha 1

No trip to Dubai is complete without a beauty service and we reckon this salon is one of the prettiest salons in Dubai. Decked out in gold, pink and floral detail, this salon is every girl’s dream. Book a service in advance. Call 04-3999943.

What to see

Mojo Gallery
Al Serkal Avenue

The Mojo Gallery in Dubai’s design and art quarter brings together a variety of creative forms of art, design and new media. Its exhibitions revolve around contemporary media and it also holds classes for amateur artists. Call 04-3477388.

Where to party

Casa Latina Bar
Ibis hotel

This is one of the best kept secrets of the Dubai party scene. Located in Ibis Hotel, it is a well-deserved treat for those looking for an indie party scene. The place offers a vibrant atmosphere with its Cuban-style lounge and pounding music. Call 04-3996699.

Where to eat

% Arabica
Mall of the Emirates

When in Dubai, Mall of the Emirates is a must visit place on every tourist’s itinerary list. Right? Once there, just follow your nose to find this Japanese coffee shop to satisfy your caffeine addiction. Located at level one, this speciality coffee shop in Mall of the Emirates will make any coffee addict go nuts. The brand serves with the goal of letting its customers ‘See the World Through Coffee’.

The hot/iced cup of coffee feels like having something original and authentic which has its own unique aroma and flavour. The coffee options available are limited but you will come back for them for sure. The flavours on the list are Espresso, Macchiato, Americano (hot and iced), Caffe Latte (hot and iced), Spanish Latte (hot and iced), Dark Latte (hot and iced), Matcha Latte (hot and iced), Choco (hot and iced), and drip based special coffee. The cafe also sells the best beans from across the world including Ninety Plus. The cafe is 99 percent about coffee and eats-wise the options are limited to just a couple of different (though delicious) croissants and bakes.

Talking about the design aesthetics, the brand has clearly followed the minimalistic approach in elegance. The floor to ceiling glass entrance door, coffee sacks lined vertically and the brand name shining in bright neon light will surely grab your attention. Once inside the coffee shop, you will find interiors to be very earthy and attractive. The seating options are limited as there are few benches in the front and few single seating options in right corner.

The cute coffee cups designed with cute % signs are made of 100 percent recyclable paperboard.

For their regular customers, there is a loyalty card for customers which is easy to get when you pay for your first coffee at the brand. The card offers a free coffee after a purchase of five coffees.

You may find the prices slightly on the steep side with the average price of a coffee lying between Dhs 25 - 30 but for its taste and location, the coffee shop has never been seen empty. The cafe also has its outlets in Dubai Mall and City Walk in Al Safa. 

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