Sitting inside on a hot summer day in Dubai and wondering what to do next? Savoir Flair has rounded up the ten most interesting ways to spend your time in our city, including which movies to see, what to eat, what to listen to, and where to hang out. If you’re culturally curious, click through the gallery for the complete list.
Located in the buzz-worthy Four Seasons Resort Dubai, the latest concept from the critically acclaimed chef, JG Dubai, offers up a fine dining area and an all-day eatery under a single roof. Expect a menu of American-, French-, and Asian-influenced cuisine.
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Visit The Beach House by SALT
This summer, SALT is launching a beach house with an indoor terrace, so that you can savor their delicious food truck delicacies all year round. What’s more? They’re adding ice cream to the menu to help you beat the sweltering summer heat.
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Enjoy Free Paddling Boarding Sessionsat Surf House Dubai
Surf House Dubai has teamed up with SALT in a pretty spectacular way. Just bring your SALT receipt to Jumeirah’s Surf House Dubai during any weekend, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and receive a 45-minute complimentary paddle boarding session.
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Follow the ‘Unseen DXB Photo Trail’
Join Gulf Photo Plus on June 28th for an Iftar adventure that includes photography, a discussion of Ramadan tradition, and a tour of the old neighborhood of Naif in Dubai’s Deira district. For more details, click here.
Photo: Courtesy of Ghaf Kitchen
Play Board Games at A4 Space in Alserkal Avenue
Starting from June 18th, and running until Eid, Dubai’s A4 Space will be completely transformed into an enchanting indoor garden. Enjoy a round of backgammon while sipping on some iced coffee from the Ghaf Kitchen vintage van, which will be parked in the center of the indoor greenhouse throughout the Holy Month.
Photo: Courtesy of The Ritz Carlton, Istanbul
Take a Weekend-Long Trip to The Ritz Carlton, Istanbul
Desperate to escape the heat? The Ritz Carlton, Istanbul has created a special package for GCC customers that allows guests to book a three-night hotel stay at their property for the price of just two nights.
Photo: Courtesy of Katya Traboulsi
Visit the Comptoir 102 installation in DIFC
Everyone’s favorite café, Comptoir 102, will be displaying a summer pop-up in DIFC’s Art Space gallery featuring works by Dubai-based Lebanese contemporary artist, Katya Traboulsi.
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Cruise Jumeirah Beach Road listening to the new Florence + The Machine Album
‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ is the English indie rock band’s third studio album, and this summer’s must-listen-to album
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Don’t Miss Out On No.57’s Latest Concept, The Tent