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

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

When: Daily
Le Veyron Café
Gevora Hotel

The world’s tallest hotel is now home to an elegant and classic spot. Try the signature rose latte topped with edible flowers or the signature cappuccino with edible golden flakes. They also have a range of teas and delicacies. Call 04-5240000. 

When: 4-7 April
Disney on Ice- Passport to Adventure
Dubai World Trade Centre

From Elsa, Anna, Simba and more, the night will truly take you on an adventure through all the classic Disney tales as you watch them glide on the frozen floors. A great outing no matter your age. Tickets start at Dhs 132. www.disneyonice.com

When: 5-7 April
Middle East Film and Comic Con 2018
Dubai World Trade Centre

This year we are bound to see more celebrities of the film, television and comic world.For the first time Netflix will also be present, Natalia Dyer aka Nancy Wheeler from Stranger Things and Kalimat. Tickets start at Dhs 110. www.mefcc.com 

When: Sunday to Wednesday
Weekday Getaway Lunch
Burger & Lobster, DIFC

The London born favourite is offering a quick fix for busy folk who still want to indulge in a decadent roll or burger. The Express Lunch is priced at Dhs 99 and includes an original burger, soup of the day, fries and half of a delicious lobster roll. Call 04-5148838.  

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