One day I will go to the weekend! Looking for something to do? Whether it’s relaxing by the pool, participating in brunch, being creative in the studio, or admiring works of art, the choices are endless.
Here, we have only listed a few things you can do in the capital to make the most of your weekend.
Thursday, July 15
Have a family drink for 1 dirham
No, that is not a typo. At Up & Beyond, as long as you order anything from the food menu, you can have a glass of your own drink for only Dh1. The transaction is valid from 3 pm to 11.30 pm every day. “How much are the dishes?” You ask? Well, the island-style menu has dishes starting at Dh30. You can taste Jamaican jerk chicken, chicken wings with special dipping sauce and salad, etc.
Up and down, the Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, every day from 3pm to 11:30pm. Phone: (052) 914 1207, @courtyardabudhabi
Access the new “Craftsman Circle” pop-up window
In April of this year, a Artisan House opens in the capital Emphasize the importance of traditional craftsmanship, which is an important element of UAE culture and UAE identity.Now, just before Eid al-Fitr, several pop-up shops have been launched throughout the city today UAE craftsmen and Retailers produce unique crafts or products, starting from Yas Mall. In this meeting, Created by House of Artisans in collaboration with retailer Candylicious Gagur or garage, A woven net traditionally used for fishing. Shoppers will be able to fill these with candies while learning the craft. good idea!
Yas Shopping Center, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. July 15-17, 10 am to 10 pm. Phone: (800) 927 6255. @yasmallad
Indulge in an unlimited tandoori menu
Indian food lovers can enjoy a sumptuous tandoor dinner at Namak in Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi. Dishes include delicious kebabs and tikkas, cooked with freshly baked naan. good to eat! The menu is only available from 7pm to 11:30pm on Thursday night. The soft drink package costs 148 dirhams and unlimited family drinks (three hours) costs 248 dirhams.
Namak, Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi, 925 Sultan Bin Zayed The First Street (Al Muroor Road), Abu Dhabi. Telephone: (0)2 698 8137. Dusit
Friday, July 16
Brunch at the St. Regis Abu Dhabi
In this brunch, the circular trolley on the seaside terrace will directly provide guests with meals according to their preferences. Dishes include foie gras tomahawk steak, scallop tartare red shrimp, and cream mixed seafood gratin. Don’t miss the St. Regis Bar, which offers a variety of refreshing drinks. There is even a buffet, and of course there are many desserts.
St. Regis Abu Dhabi, Nation Tower, Corniche, Abu Dhabi. 345 dirhams are soft, 450 dirhams for houses and 595 dirhams for bubbles. Phone: (0)2 694 4553. stregisabudhabi.com
Transport yourself to the Lebanese coast
Enjoy Lebanese cuisine at Beirut Sur Mer on Saadiyat Island. The site is eye-catching with hand-painted wall designs, leaves, beach scenery, etc. This 13-page menu contains dozens of dishes, including popular appetizers, salads, seafood specialties, etc.-diners will have a variety of choices.Read our entire review Here.
Beirut Sur Mer, Mamsha, Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi. Phone: (0)54 395 4000. @beirutsurmer
Watch a live show at Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi
This week, with the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy in the cinema, the theme park on Yas Island will host a live performance celebration. Visitors can join Tune Squad every day until August 28, as they prepare to fight Goon Squad in an epic live basketball showdown.In addition, there are a lot of Space jam Enjoy themed cuisine.Can buy park tickets Here Remember: kids are free in summer.
Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. Phone: (600) 511 115. @World Wide Web
Saturday, July 17
Cool down with ice cream sandwich
Feel a little hot under the collar? Go to Native Cafe to try their ice cream sandwiches. Just what you need to cool off this summer. This cafe collaborated with a family bakery called Treats by NB to create three flavors, starting with Saffron ADChiller (pictured above). It is a waffle-based sandwich filled with saffron ice cream, coated with pistachios and a few dried rose petals. good to eat!
Visit a collective art exhibition in the local art world
The group exhibition called “Hope of Hope” at the Al Qattara Art Center featured local artists and depicted their answers to the question “What is happiness for you?” The exhibition focuses on the artists’ answers to joy, their reflections on joy, and their understanding of joy. The participating artists are UAE and UAE residents, including visual artists, digital artists and photographers.
Alcatraz Art Center, Al Ain. Saturday to Thursday from 8 am to 8 pm, closed on Friday. Phone: (0)3 711 8225. abudhabiculture.ae
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