happenings this month Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Updated on 04 September 2018

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

Where to eat

The Lion by Nick & Scott
H Hotel

This British pub with European home-comfort dishes on the menu is home to live sport and British music. The exciting offers include Fish & Chips Thursday, Unlimited Curries Wednesday and much more. Call 04-3592366.

What to do

Level 43 Sky Lounge
Four Points by Sheraton

Visit this sky bar to soak up the beauty of Dubai’s iconic skyline, monuments such as Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis, Dubai Mall, and the Jumeirah coastline in one breath. Go here to spend a night in Dubai like never before. Call 056-4142213.

What to see

Opera Gallery
DIFC

The art gallery presents spectacular modern and contemporary artworks by some of the most significant artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Expect to see artworks of masters such as Pablo Picasso, Bernard Buffet and a few more.

Where to party

The Den at McGettigan’s DWTC
World Trade Centre

The Den at McGettigan’s DWTC is an ideal spot to escape the heat, chill out, watch a game, play pool and enjoy some top class food and drinks. The casual bar is filled with pool tables and plasma screen TVs, and open booths making it ideal for groups of friends. Call 04-3780800.

Where to shop

Dubai Garden Centre
Sheikh Zayed Road

Dubai Garden Centre is one of the top locations to shop plants and accessories for your green spaces. Centrally located on Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai Garden Centre is traditionally known for its wide selection of indoor and outdoor plants. However, this green oasis will surprise you by the variety of other products on offer. Whether you are a keen gardener or just simply appreciate good living, Dubai Garden Centre has simple, green solutions for everyone.

One very basic reason why you will find something here for your garden is that they source plants and home accessories from around the world. Therefore, the chances are very high that you may find the plant you were looking for some time at Dubai Garden Centre.

What makes this place even more special is the fact that they steer clear of the usual trade shows and rather focus on finding suppliers in markets not yet explored to offer hand-picked variety to its customers. Dubai Garden Centre currently have the widest selection of indoor and outdoor pots available in Dubai. Additionally, if you are looking for custom made furniture then you can get in touch with in-house carpenters. At Dubai Garden Centre they take care of all your indoor and outdoor requirements.

The place also offers a number of interactive activities for kids helpful in strengthening family bonds. It is a good excuse for parents and adults to steer away their children's attention from their mobile screens and interact with pure nature around them. The activities include feeding the fish, experience nature and attend hands on workshops which take place every weekend. School visits are very popular; the children are given a guided tour and have the opportunity to do some planting! However, for guided tours, we advise you to book in advance.

Besides plants and accessories, this place also has a separate section for flowers. If flowers are your passion, visit the flower shop, House of Flowers, for stunning arrangements ranging from beautiful bouquets to elaborate floral displays for weddings.

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