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DRINK

Sip Cocktails / Sundowners / Party / Casual Catch-up

Six Senses Zighy Bay

MEMBERS ONLY

IT'S A SECRET

Unforgettable experiences within the Emirates and just beyond its borders, that most tourists don't get to know about...
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101

This restaurant, champagne bar and luxurious Skyline deck welcomes private boats and is set on stilts, branching out from the Palm's One&Only hotel...
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Avli By Tasha's

If there is one thing Tasha (the mind behind the South African import) does well, it is cater to her audience. Avli fits nicely into the DIFC dining scene...
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Barbary

The 'Adults Only' sign sets the tone, reminiscent of the 'all hours' stop shops filling the streets of London's Soho.
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Base

Some of the biggest artists on the international scene— Nas, Axwell, 50 Cent and Sam Smith— have all entertained hungry crowds at Base’s open-air venue, in Dubai Design District...
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Blue Marlin Ibiza UAE

This Ibizan beach brand injects Dubai with a refreshing infusion of hedonism and beach club glamour.
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Deep Like Presents Thursdayz!

Looking for true, raw house on a Thursday night? Head to the JW Marriot Marquis Hotel Dubai, where Deep Like Collective's mission is to develop Dubai's electronic music scene.
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Flamingo Room by Tasha's

Situated next to Jumeriah Al Naseem's Turtle Lagoon, this salmon pink paradise is one of the city's most beautifully designed restaurants...
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Folly by Nick & Scott

Tucked among the heaving stalls of Souk Madinat is a magical location, a restaurant that has most angles covered; spot an area you like and inevitably stumble across another.
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Gaia

The most popular new restaurant to enter DIFC, from Chef Izu, the mind behind some of Dubai's well-respected culinary projects...
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Indie

An alternative to the DIFC's more formal venues, Indie hails from Beirut and offers a more casual and unpretentious setting...
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Iris

Beirut's iconic rooftop bar lays its hat at The Oberoi Dubai. An urban retreat, enticing a well-heeled, post-work crowd, while resident DJ's spin smooth house, basking in the cityscape surrounds.
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La Cantine

From Paris to Dubai, this multi-sensory restaurant is not your stereotypical Parisian Café...
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Miss Lily's

Your favourite Caribbean beach shack/ down and dirty dancehall, hailing straight from New York, administering a hit of authenticity and raw quality to Dubai’s bar and restaurant scene
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Nasab

Dubai’s members-only social club. Averse to pretence, Nasab offers creatives, entrepreneurs and artists a space to collaborate...
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Night Vibes

Night Vibes (formerly Electric Days) is all about having fun and bringing something organic to the city ..
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Q's Bar

Music legend Quincy Jones’ first bar, featuring world-class live musicians in an intimate lounge setting.
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Rooftop

This enchanting and intimate venue looks out over Palm Jumeirah
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Sho Cho

Situated on a large decked beach terrace looking out over the Gulf, this modern and minimalist restaurant/bar is a good place to take Dubai newbies.
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Siddartha

A sophisticated and relaxed, open-air poolside bar serving shisha, with cabana style seating and an indoor cocktail lounge.
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Stereo Arcade

80s, 90s and 00s heaven, if you used to play Street Fighter on your PlayStation and get down to TLC, you’ll love this place
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The Jetty Lounge

This luxurious beach bar and terrace is perfect for sundowners, with large white sofas, flickering candles and moody lighting.
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The London Project - The Queen’s Brunch

Expect theatre and British pageantry from this immersive brunch...
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The Penthouse

This seductive, rooftop lounge and bar showcases impressive views of the city and the Gulf...
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White

This huge club brand brings a slice of Lebanon to Dubai and pushes the mantra, “Go big or go home.”
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Zuma

There's not much to say about this Japanese hub of culinary brilliance, other than all the positive feedback that you have heard about it is true.