Only Dubai is the place where you can enjoy a nightcup and crazy nights, disco's and bars, and more...Buda Bar, Music, super cars, and a loud charged crazy atmosphere, when you have money, you will be the King in Dubai, and is for sure a pure pleasure and extra happiness :-))))
Metroplex is located on Dubai - Abu Dhabi Highway (Shaikh Zayed Road) some 10 kms out of the main city. It has 10 theaters, restaurants, live music area, bar, etc. serving the needs of upscale market segment and is quite popular with foreigners living in the UAE and with the tourists.
In order to get there, head for Abu Dhabi from Dubai. After 10 kms or so from either Al Maktoom bridge or Garhood Bridge, you will see signboards for the Metroplex and soon the building will pass you by on the other side of the Highway. Keep to your right and take the next exit to the other side of the Highway. As you drive towards Dubai now, keep the speed slow and turn right into the building at the entrance.
If you are coming from Abu Dhabi, then it will come on your side of the road after 12.5 kms from Hard Rock Cafe.
At 10 kms from Hard Rock Cafe, there is Oasis Shopping Center that you can stop at to relax a bit. It has good cultural ambiance and affordable shops.
Dress Code: Any kind of casuals, but not revealing clothes, will do.
P.O.Box 457, Dubai.
Al Fahidi Street, Near Al Diyafah Police Station, Bur Dubai.
Location : Bur Dubai
Tel : 04-3532146
Fax : 04-3535665
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuisine : Tex-Mex,
Pricing : Up-market
Timings : 12:00 - 16:00; 19:00 till late
Credit Cards :
Dress Code : Smart Casual
10% Discount to DIDCOM Club Members.(Not Valid for special in-house promotions).
Dubai's original Tex / Mex Restaurant and Night Club serving authentic Mexican food with live music. Side Effects present a fine entertainment package by Jo’s excellent vocal talents, Andy’s professional bass style, Martin’s versatile guitar and precise drum and keyboard programming. It is the most popular restaurant with a perfect ambience, great food, good music, lively crowd at an affordable price. Sizzling Chicken Fajita’s to Pancho's rib tickling Tender Baby Back Ribs and of course Tacos are the extensive choice. It has been titled with the Best Outlets of its kind in the world by Dubai Commerce & Tourism Promotion Board.
Special Offer :
Saturdays – Hoteliers Night
Sunday – Ladies Night
Monday – Games Night
Tuesdays – Ladies Night
Wednesdays – Spin & Win
Thursdays – Wild Weekend Party
Fridays – Spin & Win
Special Kids Menu, Free Ice Cream and Refills on Soda Pops – 1200 – 1600 hrs and 1900 – 2200 hrs.
Happy Hours: 1200 – 1600 except Friday – 1800 – till close
Beer & A Bite for Dhs.29/- only (all incl. Plated Lunch meal with any beverage)
Reservations to be made atleast 2 hours prior to arrival time. Cancellations to be notified.
Reservations recommended on Sundays, Tuesdays & Thursdays.
two cool bars to visit are 'zinc' and 'rock bottom' look out for a kiwi/new zealand band called 'solid as' or 'solid az' at rock bottom. i think they will be there again over summer 2005. they really rock and are a very fun band. r'n'b is the go at zinc and the bands there are usually hot. apparently hard to get into if you are a single guy, but have a go anyway. some of the fillipino clubs are great too. there is one down the road from rock bottom...it is next door to an african club, great bands in there too and great floor show.
rock bottom is opposite the 'bur juman centre'
if you are stuck up the other end of town like i was for 4 months then you can try the jebel ali club in the jebel ali village. they sometimes have good bands. last summer 2004 up until ramadan they got in a *** awful polish rock/blues band. (management must take drugs) but before that they had a pumping band from south africa. other wise there is the hard rock cafe and next door in the hotel there is an irish bar that is nice. but if you want a bit of kink then go to the other side of hard rock to 'amnesia' if slinky little arab girls, hulky arab guys or trannies and hookers are your scene then give this place a try :-p they mainly play arabi pop etc but it's worth hangin out there once for the experience :-)
Dress Code: dress code for rock bottom is neat casual. for zinc it is more strict....neat/trendy/fashion.
jebel ali club is neat casual, same as hard rock and the irish bar but amnesia is a little more up market, shirt and slacks for the guys.......high heels short skirts for the girls.
Al Abaya Nightclub
P.O.Box 22380, Dubai
Interchange No. 5, Sheikh Zayed Rd.,
Location : Sh. Zayed Road
Tel : 04-399222 ( extn-803/804)
Fax : 04-3992111
Email : email@example.com
Cuisine : Arabic,
Pricing : Premium Plus
Timings : 22:00 - 03:00 am;
Credit Cards :
Dress Code : Smart & Casual
Visit Al Abaya for a glimpse of the fabled 1001 Arabian Nights. Live entertainment by famous Arabic singers and dancers makes the setting complete. Typical Lebanese mezzah including the famous variety of mixed grill is served.
Nightlife in the UAE is rather boring,except a good 'sheesha' at the hilton in Ras al Khaimah as far as i found out the only place where you can eat have a sheesha and sit on pillows for the oriental feeling-i had great night there!
At least Dubai has plenty of bars, pubs, discos, and night clubs. Other Emirates, especially Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are more conservative. However, for us Souks (traditional marketplaces) and shopping malls are good alternatives. This picture shows ladies interested in shopping for antiques in Dubai. Due to scorching summer heat, the best time to do shopping in the souks is in the evenings.
Dress Code: UAE is fairly liberal as far as dress code goes. Reason is the tourism, which is explosive in Dubai. Outside of the UK, USA and perhaps Canada now, UAE shows the widest range of dresses.
The nightlife is centred around the big hotels, they have restaurants and night clubs.
Saying that there are cafes where you can smoke hookahs and talk late into the night. Obviously you can't get booze in places like that though.
Even if you dont drink, go to the bar on 51st or 54th floor (or called something like that) at the Emirates Towers.
An incredible view of Dubai at nite from high above.
Dress Code: Dont worry too much about this, just dress like you're on a nite out.
There are various nightclubs within the hotels which generally are open until 4am. Depending on the hotel. Trusthouse Forte 4am the Hilton at 2am. Obviously it varies at the weekend.
Dress Code: Casual but have respect for their religion and cover appropriately.
Manny night spots. depends on your mood,Discos,Jazz,Arabic,Indian,Irish,Mexican,Manny pubs.
Go to Hilton Jazz bar can have nice time there with live music.
Dress Code: Dress smart.Better call them before you go there.They might having spciall nights'
NIGHTLIFE: There are several nightclubs located in major centres and entertainment ranges from Arabic singers and
dancers to international pop stars. Bars are found in all top hotels and range from sophisticated cocktail lounges to
English-style pubs. Some hotels also have discos.
This Filipino band is by far the best I have seen anywhere in the World. Led by the Female Bass guitarist, who can amaze by playing "Sweet Child O' Mine" behind her head. This lady is a multi-instrumentalist and very pretty. There are 4 female singers who are all pretty. Keyboard, drums and lead guitarist make up the numbers.
Band kicks off aroun 9.30 and plays until at least 2.30.
The waitresses find you the best table if you get there before 8pm and are constantly bringing you beers.
Nothing in Dubai beats this place.
Dress Code: Smart, casual.
Trainers and Jeans ok.
This particular bar was very unique. It seemed like an average bar, but the women inside would latch onto any man coming through the doors. Whispering about how they want to go home with him, and have good sex with him, and anything else to get the guy to take her home. Now I know how women must feel in the clubs back in the United States. It was kind of annoying, but at the same time it was fun to play with their heads, which in the end pisses them off, and they'll leave you alone.
Dress Code: No dress code that I know of.
All the bars and nightlife are in hotels because they are the only ones that can serve liquor. There are several good web sites that will tell you what's going on and where.
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