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This unique culinary space with a fresh and contemporary design aesthetic, is several things rolled into one location in the heart of Jumeirah.


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

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

Book World by Kinokuniya

A booklover’s Utopia. This gargantuan temple of wisdom houses thousands of books and international magazines, from fiction to autobiographies, encyclopaedias, language training

Boutique 1

One of Dubai’s first fashion forward boutiques, stocking contemporary designer brands including Proenza Schouler, Alexander Wang, Victoria Beckham


This famous “Big Brown Bag” department store is set over three levels and includes beauty, fragrances, jewellery, womenswear, menswear, kids, bridal, shoes and accessories.
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Closet Case

Promoting new talent from their Brewer Street, London location, online shop and now, Dubai’s Design District, this independent menswear store stocks avant-garde Japanese designs and up-and-coming European labels.

The Collective

A collection of lifestyle and homeware brands all under one roof, carefully curated by regional success story, Ripe and founder Becky Balderstone, The Collective is housed in the tranquil Courtyard of Al Quoz...


Perfect for gifts, each handcrafted Dumyé rag doll can be customised by you; choose the style, look and purpose by creating a personal message for the Purpose Pocket.

Debauve & Gallais

Chocolatiers of French Royalty, Debauve & Gallais bathes in hues of powder-pink velvet and Louis XVI opulence.

Harvey Nichols

From Isabel Marant to Balmain, Maison Martin Margiela, Givenchy, Marni, Dolce & Gabbana, Chloé, Dries Van Noten, DSquared, Paul Smith and Lanvin. Harvey (as the locals call it) is a one-stop shop for beauty,


Their "mission is to provide high performance style conscious activewear." An all-encompassing lifestyle brand, Hautletic sells stylish active attire by some of the world's coolest fashion-fitness names.

Karama Market

This famous ‘market’ has been around since Dubai’s malls first started to sprout. You will find “real, genuine fakes” here, replicated from international designer brands.

Ikon House

Anyone with a deep interest in Scandinavian and mid-century modern furniture, needs know about Ikon House. Stocking authentic, iconic pieces and lighting from the likes of Eames, Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjaerholm and Hans J


The largest concept store in Paris, LE66 first set routes on the Champs Elysées and is known for its unique affordable luxury approach, housing iconic

Maison Des Fleurs

Modern and elegant, Maison Des Fleurs creates whimsical romanticism inspired by classic French design in their signature box.


Made in Dubai, Mirzam creates chocolate in-house; the process can be observed and items may be bought in their warehouse and mixing facility in Al Quoz.


A national treasure and known for nurturing local talent, this Dubai fashion cult fave was the first on the block...


A contradiction of clinical whitewashed wood, with homely touches. This store supports young talent, especially local, featuring a selection of luxury, ready-to-wear, accessories ...


Tribe’s style caters to coastal-living, incorporating raw interiors of wood, rattan, leather and organic shapes. This natural home boutique, set in The Courtyard, adopts an ethical approach with many of its furnishings fair trade and sustainable.

Audio Tonic

Audio Tonic are responsible for putting on some of Dubai's biggest and best electric dance music nights.

The Basement

As close to an underground club scene that Dubai gets, The Basement rebels against all of the city's velvet rope venues by offering club nights that'll leave you sweaty and aching.
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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.

The Jetty Lounge

This luxurious beach bar and terrace is perfect for sundowners, with large white sofas, flickering candles and moody lighting.

Night Vibes

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

Q's Bar

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

Secret Circle

Founded by a group of party goers wanting to celebrate nothing but good music, Secret Circle kicks off every Monday at The Basement, Boutique 7 Hotel & Suites, TECOM.

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.


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

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


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

One & Only The Palm

Located on the peninsula of The Palm offering an exclusive and secluded enclave of discerningly luxurious surroundings, this renowned hotel is set amidst serene fountains and manicured gardens.

Park Hyatt Dubai

Moorish elegance set away from the hustle and bustle with large Creek view rooms.

Per Aquum Desert Palm

An ‘avant garde’ oasis away from the centre of Dubai, Desert Palm is set within a luscious polo estate.

Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa

Bedouin style private suites designed in neutral tones, with regional artwork and hand carved furniture, each with their own pool looking out to a desolate expanse of sand.

Burj Al Arab

The world's first unofficial seven star hotel, this iconic sail-shaped structure has become synonymous with the Middle East and all that glitters.

Dar Al Masyaf

Pulling up to the entrance of this hotel has never failed to impress visitors; with its palatial fountain and gold sculpted horses

Malakiya Villas

Think Disney's Aladdin/ Arabian Nights. The hotel boasts a magical setting and epitomises flamboyant Dubai, with tiny abras transporting you to the Madinat and its handy plethora of shops, eateries and bars.
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La Ville Hotel & Suites

If you enjoy the cityscape along with five-star service and a sociable, no-fuss environment, this is your abode.
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XVA Hotel

Arguably the city's first boutique hotel, this old coral stone, quaint courtyard hotel is decorated with simple dark wood and mother-of-pearl inlaid furnishings, stable door windows, billowy white drapes, white washed walls and four-poster beds


In the heart of Fashion Avenue, between the luxury giants, sits Angelina. The darling tea room of Paris serves up specialities daily to a chic, Chanel handbag toting crowd.

St. Regis Saadiyat Island

The UAE is full of five star beach resorts with vast marble foyers, butler service and lavish dining spots, which make it hard to distinguish one experience from the other (it’s a hard life)...

Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde

The work of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde precedes its established date of 2010 and since has continued to rise as one of Dubai's leading galleries on the international scene.

Lawrie Shabibi

When Lawrie Shabibi came onto Dubai's gallery scene back in 2011, they quickly established themselves as the ones to watch for contemporary art coming out of the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.

Majilis Gallery

Opening in 1989, Majilis Gallery was born of a desire to introduce international fine art within the city's once sleepy trading port.

The Third Line

An International player in the contemporary art market, The Third Line is the go to gallery for those wanting to scope out the fastest growing names in Arab and Iranian art today.

Global Village

Open usually from November 1st to March 31st. This huge, open-air global marketplace is home to endless ‘world’ stalls selling native produce, as well as fairground rides, a myriad of street food outlets, cultural shows and performances.

The Beach

With several plazas, shops, restaurants, kids play area and an open-air cinema, this beach-side complex is more LA than Dubai.
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Bedouin Oasis Camp

This Bedouin-style camp (just over an hour's drive from Dubai) is a secluded spot set in the desert of Ras Al Khaimah.

The Green Planet

The region’s first bio-dome, this immersive experience recreates the world of a tropical rainforest, with over 3,000 plants and animals. Allowing you the opportunity to engage and explore first-hand, the rich biodiversity of one of the world’s oldest living ecosystems.
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Wild Wadi

Dubai’s original waterpark, a little smaller than its mighty counterpart (Aquaventure), but if you want quality of rides Wild Wadi ticks the box, as well as boasting a surf machine and the largest wave pool in the Middle East.
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Cinema Akil

The GCC's first arthouse cinema; an independent platform creating awareness and bringing quality films, along with timeless cinematic art, to the UAE.

The Fridge

Based in a large two-storey warehouse in the city’s creative hub of Al Quoz.

Gulf Photo Plus

The UAE’s leading photography organisation, GPP offers photography services and support, with printing and studio rental, as well as free talks, movie nights and market days (where you can sell your old photography gear or pick up a steal).

Sole DXB | November

Launched in 2010, Sole takes product design and brand marketing seriously, as the Middle East’s progressive communication platform for the latest in urban fashion, footwear and alternative culture.

Meet D3 | December

Dubai Design District's annual festival showcases a host of creative mediums; like art, fashion, design, music, food and technology.

Dubai International Film Festival | December 2016

The 13th Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) is an annual celebration of film, supporting Arab cinema and the region's best talent, as well as a meeting-point to connect with industry leaders and media.
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The Dubai Mall

It can be a mission to simply get from one end to the other in the world's largest mall. But touch screen maps and golf buggies are at hand for the weak and weary.

Mall of the Emirates

Housing everything you need, from Harvey Nichols and Gucci to an Apple store and largest Carrefour supermarket in the city. Featuring over 500 international brands, from fashion to furnishings, electronics and sports.

Designer 24

Here's how it works… Choose a dress online from a selection of their designers; including Marchesa, Herve Leger and Alex Perry.


The brainchild of ex-Harvey Nichols buyer Micha Maatouk, Garderobe is well-stocked with ‘pre-loved’ and designer clothes and accessories from Micha’s well-connected friends.


A label lover's nirvana, stocking designer brands at knock off prices from the Al Tayer group, including Chloe, Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Jimmy Choo, Stella McCartney and Marni.

Objekts of Design

It's tricky for fans of mid-century interior design to pick up authentic yet reasonably priced pieces in the city and if you don’t have the budget for these designer objects, then Objekts of Design on SZR is the place you’re going to want to head.
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Reems Closet

Vintage handbags, clothing and accessories handed in by hundreds of local women and sold on by the boutique’s own, you’ve guessed it, Reem. Here you’ll find as-new Balenciaga and Louis Vuitton bags for less than half the price.

Rent My Bag

Dubai-based Mona (she likes to keep her family name a secret) opens her impressive accessories closet for her business Rent My Bag, which lets you, quite literally, rent one of her bags for a day, week or month. Ran purely on Instagram (@rentmybag);

Deira Old Souk & Spice Souk

Slip beneath the arches of the wind towers on the Deira side of the Creek and nip into Dubai’s largest and oldest souk.

Gold and Diamond Park

If you can’t deal with the hustle of the Gold Souks this is a welcomed substitute. Jewellery shops galore conveniently situated under one air-conditioned roof including the Dubai-favourite Cara Jewels, where ex-pats flock for bespoke engagement rings.

Gold Souk

The city’s famous Gold Souk, considered one of the largest gold bazaars in the Middle East. A maze of alleys behind the main arcade crammed with souvenirs and ethnic traditional costume jewellery
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Meena Bazaar

Landing a parking space in this busy, built-up area is like spotting a Jumeirah Jane at Bombay Chowpatty. Home to textiles, ethnic jewellery shops and Pakistani and Indian clothing stores, as well as some cheap and cheerful eateries.
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One of the first organic markets to hit Dubai. Ripe's aim is to provide customers with fresh, organic and seasonal produce.
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Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Dubai's most convenient souk, Madinat (as it's more commonly referred to) is the perfect place to take Dubai newbies.
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Textile Souk

A treasure trove of colours and textures from around the world, selling viole, silk, satin, velvet and more. Shop around as prices are negotiable.

Homely Luxe Hotels - January 2017

As Dorothy said, “There’s no place like home,” so we at Cherrypick have put together a shortlist of some of our top homey urban retreats.

Mohammed Ahmed Al Hebsi - APRIL 2018

Mohammed Ahmed Al Hebsi discusses the environmental differences between the Emirates, his love of poetry and diversity and the cultural differences that effect Locals' interaction with Expats...
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Walid Taher - APRIL 2018

Emirates Literature Festival plays host to a number of renowned authors and regional game-changers and it’s Walid Taher, a political and social cartoonist, author and illustrator of numerous children's books, that first intrigued us...

Jalal Luqman - JUNE 2016

Labeled as one of the Emirates’ most provocative creatives; Jalal Luqman is a mixed media artist, having shown contemporary exhibits internationally in Beijing, Egypt, Morocco, Kuwait, Tokyo, the Czech Republic, New York and Washington DC.

Taher Asad-Bakhtiari - JANUARY 2016

Iranian artist Taher Asad-Bakhtiari has become a name to know in Middle Eastern art and design, marrying the traditional craft of carpet weaving set for modern day life.

Nathalie Trad - January 2017

Nathalie Trad, reveals how she creates her eponymous accessories, who she would most like to see clutch one of her creations and how a cherrypicked day for her begins and ends…

Huda Kattan – JULY 2015

Successfully carving out her growing beauty empire, we catch up with world-renowned blogger come business entrepreneur, Huda Kattan, as she dishes on Dubai's best vegan restaurants and who we should be keeping our eye on in the region…

Hisham Samawi – APRIL 2015

From the developing art scene to the art of the perfect breakfast, Hisham Samawi is contributing to the changing face of Dubai's landscape.


The brains behind SOLE DXB, Joshua Cox and Hussain Moloobhoy, are enriching the city's urban scene with their latest movement.

Nayla Al Khaja – OCTOBER 2014

We talk diamonds, cake and a burgeoning regional art scene with film-maker Nayla Al Khaja…

Abdulla Al Kaabi – SEPTEMBER 2014

One of the region's youngest up-and-coming film makers, Adbulla Al Kaabi is making waves internationally.

Sarah Alagroobi – AUGUST 2014

Penetrating the intentional art stage, Sarah Alagroobi embodies the young, exciting talent striving to eradicate stereotypes and push boundaries in the region.

Mochi – JULY 2014

We catch up with Ayah Tabari, the designer and creative vision behind the Dubai-based fashion brand all the Fashion Editor's are wearing— Mochi.

Khalid Mezaina – NOVEMBER 2013

Khalid Mezaina shares his inspirations, creative catalysts and the city he calls home exclusively with Cherrypick readers.

Dinner Club – APRIL 2013

The Dinner Club by No.57 creators Buthaina Al Mazrui and Alamira Noor Bani Hashim join us at their latest location, for an in-depth discussion and glimpse into a private world of likes, loves and inspirations…

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque | October 03.2013

Heading into the centre of Abu Dhabi, the huge, pure-white mosque with its tall towers and domes dominates the horizon.
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Six Senses Zighy Bay | November 26.2013

A dusty road speckled with modest homes surrounded by mountains paints a humble picture. While sporadic trees act as lookout and spindly goats resilient to the harsh sun, courting the shade of nearby breezeblocks, look bored by our very existence.

Dubai Art Season – FEBRUARY 2015

Dubai Art Season kicks off next month with a jam-packed schedule of art and design events, and this year it's bigger than ever.

Dubai Art Week | March 2016

If you're already confused by the endless list of exhibits and forums set to showcase around the city, don't worry, Cherrypick Art Contributor Rachael Brown lays down her Top 10 Picks for Dubai Art Week…

Art Week – JANUARY 2013

Cherrypick Dubai Art Contributor Rachael Brown takes us through some of Art Week's best bits. Co-founder of Capsule Arts, formerly Editor of and the UAE's Art Map ...
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Dubai Design Week | October 2016

This year doubling in size with over 150 events across the city and over 550 designers participating in a six-day celebration of design.
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Conscious Fashion

The conscious fashion movement is improving its game; here's a list of some of the Middle East's most ethical and sustainable brands for 2017…
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The Best of Sri Lanka - July 2017

Cherrypick heads to Sri Lanka to bring you a curated list of the island's leading hotels and top picks...
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