Anywhere else in the world, brunch is just a big hearty meal that falls somewhere in between breakfast and lunch time. But in Dubai, brunch it’s another excuse to eat loads of food and party!
So even though ‘night brunches’ may technically not make any sense, Dubai’s love for eating and partying at any time of day explains why we have so many of them.
Here are six Dubai night brunches to try, one for every day of the week:
Wednesday: Lucky Voice
The Friday brunch was such a hit, Lucky Voice is now launching its second brunch on Wednesdays – and it kicks off tomorrow evening (July 12th)!
The Jukebox Brunch is designed for karaoke lovers, but instead of being confined to the karaoke pods – all the singing is done as one big crowd.
Every Wednesday night, there will be unlimited food and beverages, including finger-lickin’ good sharing plates – we’re talking about authentic Italian dough pizzas, tacos, sliders and even nachos!
So channel your inner Britneys or MJs, pick a song and take part in group sing-a-longs. Karaoke shy? Don’t worry, there are inflatable microphones for you too.
Wednesdays 8pm-11pm. AED 150 including soft drinks. AED 250 including house beverages. Lucky Voice – Grand Millennium Hotel, Barsha Heights
Thursday: Zero Gravity
Food, games and loads of dancing – The Social Club at Zero Gravity is a super fun way to end the week.
Every Thursday evening, this all-inclusive brunch includes multiple food and beverage stations, arcade games, table tennis, giant Jenga and Connect4.
And after you’re done eating, drinking and mingling, dance your way to the after-party with resident DJs on the decks all night long.
Thursdays. Brunch: 8pm-11pm, AED 295. After-party: 10pm-3am, free. Stoli Social Club (indoors), Zero Gravity – Skydive Drop Zone
Calling all seafood fans! Yalumba invites guests to its new Shellfish Lobsessions nights on Friday evenings.
With its signature ‘seafood marination station’, the culinary team are set to serve up the ocean’s finest. Guests can indulge in the endless dishes from the hot buffet, or select from the grill – which will dish up delicious shellfish risotto, seafood paella, grilled platters and much more.
This evening brunch is perfect for foodies who can’t get enough of seafood. Get your friends and family along, and have a whale of a time.
7pm-10.30pm, AED 220 for food only, AED 295 for unlimited bubbles. Yalumba – Le Meridien Dubai, Garhoud.
Saturday: JW Marriott
What’s better than a night brunch? A day-to-night brunch. JW Marriott Marquis has just announced its 12-hour Dine Around brunch launching soon, and it sounds incredible.
From noon to midnight, guests are treated to an extensive buffet, across Bamboo Lagoon, The Market Place and Town Square. Dishes are changed throughout the day, and there are also live cooking stations serving Asian and Mexican cuisine, seafood and Bavarian specialties.
On top of that, there will be live entertainment around the clock, and guests can hop around from one beverage station to the next.
Whether you want to chill there for the whole day, or come and go as you like, you cannot go wrong with this brunch.
Starting July 22. 12pm-12am. AED 499 including house beverages. AED 399 including soft drinks. JW Marriott – Dubai. More info here.
Sunday: Cavalli Club
Fancy kicking off the week with dinner and a show? Cavalli Club’s Midnight Brunch every Sunday is fun, classy and surprisingly, a great value for money too.
Guests are treated to a three-course meal, including unlimited appetizers, unlimited selected beverages, and live performances, from retro music acts to pole dancing, all throughout brunch.
But it doesn’t end there – after brunch, guests can stay at the club for the after party with DJ Mad Beats spinning commercial, radio and old school tunes. Ladies, get your name on the guest list to enjoy complimentary beverages from 12am-3am.
Sundays. AED 299 per person for brunch, Cavalli Club – Fairmont SZR. cavalliclubdubai.com
Turkish restaurant Babaji Dubai has just launched a new daily brunch, and after scanning through its new menu, it sounds delicious.
Inspired by a traditional take on Turkish breakfasts that have stood the test of time, Babaji invites diners to adventure through the new menu, which includes exciting additions like fried eggs and slow cooked lamb!
Other mouth-watering options include the Patatesli Yumurta –a tasty combination of baked eggs and potato, Pide Patates – potatoes and cheese in a traditional pita, and Chicken Beyti – minced chicken with rice.
Daily. A-la-carte, from 8pm onwards. Babaji, City Walk II.