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Ramadan 2019: Dubai shopping mall opening hours guide

From The Dubai Mall to Mall of the Emirates, here's when you can expect shops and restaurants to be open

The Dubai Mall is hosting several interactive initiatives this Ramadan. Courtesy of Dubai Shopping Festival
The Dubai Mall is hosting several interactive initiatives this Ramadan. Courtesy of Dubai Shopping Festival

Malls across Dubai will be running special activities and deals to entice shoppers during the holy month. But, before you head out, check out what time your destination is open.

We will continue to add to this list as more malls confirm their opening hours.

If you are in Abu Dhabi, here is our guide to Abu Dhabi mall opening hours.

Here is our guide to the restaurants open during the day at malls around the UAE, from The Dubai Mall to Yas Mall.

All information was correct at the time of publishing. Times subject to change.

The Dubai Mall opening hours

Shops: Daily, 10am-2am

Restaurants / Cafes: 10am-2am

Food Court: Normal operational hours within enclosed area

City Centre Mirdif opening hours

Shops: Daily, 10am-2am

Restaurants / Cafes: Daily, 10am-3am

Food court: Open 10am-2am for dine-in throughout Ramadan, however restaurants (both in the food court and individual restaurants) have the option to serve during the day or just after iftar

City Centre Deira opening hours

Shops: Until last 10 days of Ramadan, 10am-1am

Restaurants / Cafes: Until last 10 days of Ramadan, 10am-2am

Food court: Open 10am-2am for dine-in throughout Ramadan, however restaurants (both in the food court and individual restaurants) have the option to serve during the day or just after iftar

Shops: Last 10 days of Ramadan and Eid, 10am-2am

Restaurants / Cafes / Food Court: Last 10 days of Ramadan and Eid, 10am-3am

Mall of the Emirates opening hours

One of the advantages of pop-up events to conventional retail space is the cost benefit. Pawan Singh / The National
Mall of the Emirates. Pawan Singh / The National

Shops: May 6 to June 7, 10am-2am

Restaurants / Cafes: May 16 to June 7, 10am-2am

Food court: Open 10am-2am for dine-in throughout Ramadan, however restaurants (both in the food court and individual restaurants) have the option to serve during the day or just after iftar

Cinemas: Daily, 10am-2am

Carrefour: Daily, 9am-midnight

Ibn Battuta Mall opening hours

Shops: Saturday to Wednesday, 10am-midnight; Thursday to Saturday, 10am-1am

Restaurants / Cafes / Food Court: Magrib-2am (selected restaurants are open from 10am-2am daily)

Carrefour: Daily, 9am-1am

Cinemas: Daily, 10am-2am daily

Dubai Outlet Mall opening hours

Shops: Daily, 10am-midnight

Mercato Mall opening hours

Shops: Daily, 10am-11pm for the first two weeks, then 10am-12pm thereafter

Restaurants / Cafes / Food Court: Daily, 7pm-1am (some cafes and restaurants may have different opening hours)

Spinneys: 8am-midnight

Souk Madinat Jumeirah opening hours

Shops: Daily, 10am-11pm

Restaurants / Cafes / Food Court: varies per restaurant, diners should check with individual outlet

Dragon Mart opening hours

Shops: Daily, 10am-midnight

Food court / restaurants: Daily, iftar to 1am

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This article was first published 28 April, 2019

Updated: May 12, 2019 11:04 AM

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