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Al Quoz sits literally at the halfway point between old and new Dubai. At first sight it has little to recommend it: warehouses and factories dominate the area, with some residential areas on the outskirts. Heavy goods vehicles roar up and down the roads and laborers stop at small hole-in-the-wall cafes for a cheap lunch. But it is fast becoming a magnet for art lovers: Alserkal Avenue is a significant contemporary art hub, home to 25 galleries and arts spaces, with ambitious expansion plans. The galleries host exhibitions, talks, panel discussions, auctions, and community events. If you love art, pass by to visit the galleries, it’s a great opportunity to get a sense of art and community in the region and to sit alongside key influencers and artists as they go about their day.
Brooklyn esque hipness. At first was confusing but then realized once you find the right stores it was very cool.
Part outdoor museum of modern art / part high end clothes stores / 2 or 3 very cool coffee shops. A4 was one of the nicest coffee spaces I’ve been too.
The chocolate factory was amazing also. Marizam.
I visit now a couple of times the museum, and I love the environment in Al Qouz with all these galleries located in the Alserkal Avenue. It is definitely a visit worth.
Opening ours: Saturday - Thursday, 11am - 6pm!
I have been searching for a location that would amaze both my husband and my children at the same time in equal measures.. the twist in this was not only were they enamored, I ended up being beyond absorbed as well! Bravo.
I finally made my way down to Tom & Serg for what was meant to be breakfast (turned into lunch) when my brother was in town last year. It is what it says on the outset - cosy cafe with the very obvious rough-around-the-edges vibes and rich, wholesome breakfast. We had a selection of eggs, sliders and french toast. My...
As someone who lives in Montreal, I find this coffee shop a little bit like the ones at home. The coffees are pretty good although they use almond milk which I’m not so used to, but worth trying.
They sell salads and sandwiches too.its a pretty cool place if you want to sit down and work for a few hours...
We spend a wonderful time here it was -6 and was so amazing ! But it's too small and there's no one was there ! Almost empty also you should think to add some more things plus some wine will Make this place more wonderful as I said it's new experience for me and I loved it
Lovely dinner with my partner, the food was amazing, very tasty chicken and lamb.
The service was the best part, our waiter Mustafa was super, very professional and friendly,all the staff was very good.Coffee is exactly like in Italy.
Definitely we come again!!!!