happenings this month Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Updated on 06 November 2018

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

Where to eat

Little Bangkok
Near Emirates Tower Metro

Head here to taste authentic South Asian curries, soups and satays. Highlights include Gai Satay, Tom Kha Gai, Dumpling Gai, classic green & red curries and stir-fried dishes. Vegetarian options are available. Call 800-2264565.

Where to shop

The Cobbler 
Gate Building, DIFC

Looking for a handcrafted luxury pair of leather shoes? Look no further and head to this premium leather expert store. Besides customised shoes services, the premium store also offers repair and restoration services for your pre-owned leather products. www.cobbler.ae

What to see

Cuadro Art Gallery
Gate Village, DIFC

Cuadro Gallery is a platform for contemporary art in the Middle East. It also offers curatorial programs inclusive of 3 month residencies for participants and publishes fine art books. Call 04-4250400.

Where to party

Rodeo Drive
Trade Centre Area

This American gastro bar and pub is known for its great weekly offers as well as weekend deals. Spot a foostable, dart board and big rodeo bull in the middle of this bar to add some fun to night! Call 04-5269313.

What to do 

Dubai International Jewellery Show
Dubai World Trade Centre

From being a pearl fishing town to becoming a glitzy commercial hub, Dubai has come a long way and its progress as an international gold market has grown gradually over the years, to now being one of the world's largest gold markets and the largest gold trading centre in the Middle East.

Following on from its strong reputation in the jewellery industry, Dubai held the region’s biggest trade and retail jewellery exhibition last year for the first time. Due the huge success of that event, The VOD Dubai International Jewellery Show is set to return this month for its second edition. Last year, the event saw more than 20,000 visitors and this year the show is expected to be even bigger.

The Jewellery Show will take place in the new Za’beel Halls 1, 4, 5 and 6 at Dubai World Trade Centre from 14-17 November and is divided in four different communities to make it easier for visitors to check out different sections of the exhibition: Fine Jewellery, Global Brands, Gemstone and Diamonds and Packaging and Technology. There will also be a separate section for exhibitors that only deal with the trade.

There will be an event lounge where all fashion activities such as catwalks, consultations from fashion magazine stylist teams, meet and greet with social media influencers and much more will happen. Visitors will be able to learn about the latest trends, products, and innovations in the jewellery industry.

According to the organisers of this huge jewellery exhibition, more than 500 brands from 25 different countries confirm that VOD Dubai International Jewellery Show represents the best opportunity to source the best jewellery from across the world The show is open every day from 2-10pm, except Friday 16 November when the show opens at 3pm. www.jewelleryshow.com

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