Brace yourself, brunchers: The new Trip with Vakava Friday brunch is a long brunch (five hours’ long in fact), and a great one to employ a brunching strategy. Why? Because it would be very easy to do this one all wrong.
This ‘table brunch’ is for anyone who prefers table service and enjoys ample sharing plates. The first three hours involve a server bringing you plate after plate of South American cuisine while you imbibe and chat with friends. There’s also a roving bar cart serving made-to-order drinks. Though they’re fun and inspired concoctions, they’re a bit on the overly sweet side.
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Trip with Vakava
A new brunch for foodies and fiesta hunters
THE BEACH HOUSE POOL DAY
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Tea by the sea
St Regis teams with Tchaba Tea for a special afternoon collab
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LA CASA DEL TANGO
A round of applause or a slow hand clap for this new dinner and a show concept in DIFC?
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HOW NOT TO LOSE YOUR COOL THIS SUMMER
This is a city that works hard, plays hard, but, on a boiling hot day, can feel like hard work. So look at this month’s magazine as a little cooling comfort pack to see you through the summer season. Let yourself be whisked off to our favourite indoor bars and hideaways – with AC, summery feels and maybe an ice-cold drink to keep you chill. Then dream of refreshing dishes to fill your belly. You’ve never had it so cool.
A surf and turf showdown every Saturday
Very high steaks at SLS Dubai
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT
Feel like you’ve seen all that the capital has to offer? Think again…
Greetings From Telosa (Population 0, for Now)
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FLEETING EATING Cherries for Chile Heads
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NEW CYBERSECURITY ORDER ISSUED FOR US PIPELINE OPERATORS
The Department of Homeland Security announced new requirements for U.S. pipeline operators to bolster cybersecurity following a May ransomware attack that disrupted gas delivery across the East Coast.
SOUTH KOREA - BUSAN
South Korea’s second-largest city and largest port, Busan proves a popular destination for tourists and vacationers.
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TELEMEDICINE FOR BETTER HEALTH
If there is a silver lining to the challenges the past year created for families, it may be the growth, availability and affordability of virtual care for medical and mental health needs. The ability to see a doctor from home, with little notice, offers a level of flexibility in accessing health care that was historically quite rare.
A Colossal Secret
Ian Evenden discovers how British WWII braniacs, faced with an impossible task, helped save millions of lives and invented the computer as we know it
20 Ways To Save On Health Care
From maximizing insurance benefits to shopping for discounts to funding tax-advantaged accounts, these tips will lower your costs no matter how you get your care.