What to do in Dubai today: 9/01

Updated: Jan 12


Indochine entrance

One of Manhattan’s most famous after dark restaurants, Indochine has thrown open its doors in Dubai, bringing its trademark French-Vietnamese food and uber cool vibes – the like that attratcs a celebrity following at its flagship in New York City. The Dubai branch has already seen its fair share of A-list guests with Roger Federer and Lindsay Lohan snap pictures with its standout green leafed wallpaper. Having opened its doors in DIFC last month, we can’t wait to see who else will be frequenting the chic joint. 7pm- 12am, +971 4 208 9333

EKart Zabeel

Go electric go karting

Speed into the weekend at the UAE’s first electric karting attraction, Ekart Zabeel. Choose your electric race car and experience high speeds on the state-of-the-art track in Dubai Mall Zabeel (Dubai Mall's newest extension). Get competitive as you race against your friends to claim the fastest track time. Drivers need to be at least 14 years old and taller than 140cm. AED 95 per session. 800-DUBAI-MALL


Vinyl record evening

After dark drama is the premise of bar, seventyseventy at The Park Hyatt. Its sleek ‘70s design and curated list of drinks attract a sophisticated crowd. With an emphasis on good music, DJ Tarik plays vinyl records transmitting the sound of yesteryear every Thursday night.

5pm- 2am, +971 04 602 1814

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