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Bar Rumba Head to Bar Rumba, above Asia de Cuba, every Thursday for a “Chino Latino” supper club. Food includes the likes of sushi, adobe chicken avocado purée, glazed sweet potato and crispy calamari. And entertainment comes in the form of a salsa band. Dhs195. Thu 9pm-3am. The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, www.asiadecuba.com (04 511 7333).
Reif Othman, formerly of past Time Out Dubai Restaurant of the Year PLAY, takes the helm at Billionaire Mansion. Two night brunches, on a Thursday and Friday, offer up a range of starters, pastas, pizza and desserts alongside live entertainment.
Dhs450. Thu-Fri 8pm-midnight. Taj Dubai, Business Bay (04 510 3100).
The popular pizza joint in JLT is now offering up The Stage brunch on a Thursday evening. Expect live music, all your faves and an after party with DJ Andy Swift. Dhs150 (soft drinks), Dhs225 (house beverages), Dhs250 (bubbly). Thu 8pm-11pm. Jazz@PizzaExpress, Cluster A, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 441 6342).
Live cooking stations with everything from barbecued meats to cold cuts and freshly grilled seafood.
Dhs265 (soft drinks), Dhs400 (house beverages and sparkling), Dhs135 (kids aged six-12), free (kids under six). Fri 7pm-10.30pm. Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street (04 511 7373).
Love a bit of pad Thai and a spicy green curry? Mr Miyagi’s has a launched a brand-new Thursday night brunch, on top of its Friday daytime and evening offerings so kick start your weekend at this Media One spot.
Dhs290 (house beverages), Dhs390 (sparkling). Thu 8pm-11pm. Media One, Dubai Media City (04 420 7489).