Three major places to hangout reopen in Dubai
As summer is subsiding slowly, three of the major attractions in Dubai to hang out, eat, drink and to have some entertainment, will be resuming functioning at the end of this month.
First among them is Seven Sisters, the Lebanese café, which reopens on Thursday 30th August 2018. Overlooking the Dubai Canal, in the JW Marriott Marquis, Seven Sisters is an ideal place for spending your nights with friends. There are lots to eat and drink, other than the eventful evenings. It hosts a weekly Tuesday live music session, fashionable Friday fusion concept inspired by the Orient and will dedicate Thursday’s to promoting talented local DJs who will rotate deck duty.
Dubai-based singer Layla Kardan, an Australian singer with Iranian roots, has taken up residency at Seven Sisters. Kardan will perform live every Tuesday evening at the venue.
Drift Beach Club, which resumes functioning on Friday August 31st August 2018, is the other attraction, which has been closed during the soaring summer season. The posh beach club, which is part of the One&Only Royal Mirage complex, comes complete with hammocks on the beach, luxe loungers and whitewashed shaded cabanas. Be sure to make a day of it and head to the restaurant for some Mediterranean a la carte offering. Those who feel lazy can have a concise poolside menu, which will be delivered to the comfort of your lounger.
Nikki Beach Club, which has been closed for two months, is reopening on Saturday, 1st September 2018. They’ll be kicking off the season with a brand new brunch, Rose Saturdays. The pink-themed brunch party will start from 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM, with the three hour package coupled with live entertainment, poolside beats and Mediterrasian dishes.