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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.
A lot of taxi drivers are not familiar with this art hot spot. We used the Metro to Emirates Towers and then went on foot to the galleries in the Noor Bank complex. This is home to several interesting galleries with innovative artwork from around the world. Photography was allowed in all the galleries we visited. To get to Alserkal...
Very good exhibition, beautiful and interesting arrangement. The M.A.D.Gallery is a place for kinetic energy art devices in Dubai. This is a unique place for Mechanical Art Devices in Dubai. If you want to see something you've never seen before. Entry free. We can see Flyte, Swinging sticks, Quentin Carnaille and different types of clock works.
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.
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Airy, bright, tall ceilings, bustling service floor, breakfast service, potted plants, baby strollers, coffee bar. Tom & Serg combines several trendy elements reminding me of East London and San Francisco.
The clientele is young; the millennial scouring Dubai for its breakfast perennials: avocado toast, açai bowls, cold brew coffees, non-diary, vegan, gluten free options...
Located into the new art venue of al quoz, this is an interesting place where to stop if you are into healthy, natural food. Fresh whole fruit juices, interesting bowls with fruit, matcha, açaí... and more. Good appearance and good quality too. A bit slow and distracted the service.
I have traveled the world trying to find enlightenment. All a waist of time. I should have just gone to Moto and saved myself all the trouble. Hand built by the owner with a lot of blood sweat and tears.
The atmosphere is awesome (the owner told me he used to be called Mr Awesome!), the lights are dim and...
This restaurant offers the best choices of meat and wine and have a great sitting outside as well as inside. It is a bit pricey but the dishes are fabulous. From the starters (calamari and Mozambique style chicken liver are recommended) to the main dish (all meat choices are great) to the sweets ( apple crumbles recommended).