Ramadan

Ramadan at d3 includes candle making and floral workshops

Dubai Design District has gone all out this Ramadan with a host of immersive experiences. From delectable Iftars and Suhoors to workshops featuring calligraphy, candle making and flower arrangements, these are the best places to celebrate Ramadan at d3.

Arabic Calligraphy by Agaty Calligraphy

Enjoy custom Arabic Calligraphy art design by artist Mohamed Agaty on a personalised A5 card. With eight years of experience under his belt, Agaty is a well-known figure in the UAE for his eye-catching work and has left his mark on projects with notable galleries and brands such as Sikka Art Festival and Tashkeel. Saturday 16 April, from 9:30pm to 11pm. 

GO: Visit https://dubaidesigndistrict.com for more information.


Candle Making Workshop by From the Arabs

Learn how to create your scent and design your own candle with the experts from From the Arabs. The Emirati brand is known for its handmade, eco-friendly and locally sourced candles in stylish and straightforward pastel clay ceramics. Sunday 17 and Friday 22 April, from 9:30pm to 10:30pm. 

GO: Visit https://dubaidesigndistrict.com for more information.


Floristry workshop by Maison Des Fleurs

Led by Maison Des Fleurs’ expert team of florists, learn how to create your own floral arrangement in a customised d3, Maison Des Fleurs box. All fresh flowers, tools and materials are included – all you have to bring is your creative flair to d3, Building 7. Saturday 16 April, from 9:30pm to 11pm. 

GO: Visit https://dubaidesigndistrict.com for more information.


Performances

Enjoy themed performances in the d3 district during Ramadan. A calendar of traditional activities awaits, including oud players and storytellers to keep you captivated after Iftar. Available daily until Saturday 23 April, from 8:30pm to 1am.

GO: Visit https://dubaidesigndistrict.com for more information.


Ramadan Majlis by Irthi Council

Throughout Ramadan, d3 and Irthi Contemporary Crafts Council will activate an Emirati inspired Suhoor series of game nights, short films, and workshops set within an experiential setting of food and flora in d3 Building 7. ICCC will also launch its Salwa Collection Drop of Emirati Games as part of the Ramadan Majlis. Available daily until Saturday 23 April, from 8:30pm to 1am.

GO: Visit https://dubaidesigndistrict.com for more information.


Bageri Form

Bageri Form is known for its tasty savoury bites baked and prepared on-site every day. This Ramadan, the open plan bakeshop is going above and beyond with special options for Suhoor, including Halawa cheesecake, chocolate fudge cake, passionfruit and caramel lattes, and infused caramelised dates cake served with vanilla ice cream. 

GO: Follow @bageriform on Instagram for more information. 


The Name

In the mood for a Mediterranean-inspired menu and speciality coffee? Then add The Name to your next Iftar dining experience. Complete with soup, starters, salad, a main course and dessert, expect delicious bites and a contemporary setting perfect for a casual evening. AED 75 per person.

GO: Follow @thename.me on Instagram for more information.


Mohalla

An ode to India’s ‘Community Neighbourhoods’, Mohalla is a journey through the explored and unexplored cuisines from different parts of the country. With its vibrant colours, it’s the place to be for gastronomes this Ramadan. Take advantage of the three-course set menu with water for AED115 per person.

GO: Follow @mohallarestaurant on Instagram for more information.


The Lighthouse

From a vibrant mezza selection to decadent desserts, The Lighthouse’s innovative Mediterranean-inspired dishes offer fresh and seasonal produce, served in a relaxed environment. Family and friends are invited to delight in the three-course Iftar meal, which sports several delicious options. AED 150 per person. 

GO: Follow @thelighthouse_ae on Instagram for more information.


Molecule

The enticing combination of an artistic ambience, stylish furniture and expertly crafted dishes makes Molecule one of the most remarkable dining spots at d3. Enjoy their special Iftar three-course set menu of bistro-inspired international cuisine on their beautiful terrace throughout Ramadan. AED 69 per person.

GO: Follow @moleculedxb on Instagram for more information.


The Host

Serving carefully crafted dishes, luxury Belgium Chocolate and speciality coffee, the unique space was created by six Emirati women who came together to create this one-of-a-kind concept. So indulge your sweet tooth throughout the Holy Month with Kunefe skillets, Ashaliya, and date pudding trays.

GO: Follow @thehost.ae on Instagram for more information.


SMAT

For a memorable Ramadan at d3, get ready to be transported to the dinner table of an Emirati mother at SMAT. Known for delicious Emirati-inspired cuisine that evokes nostalgia, the much-loved local restaurant offers set menus including soup, salad, starters, a main course and traditional sweets for Iftar. AED 80 per person.

GO: Follow @smat.ae on Instagram for more information.


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