A few bits for the weekend

This weekend summary I have a theme with food, with 2 different food related suggestions! But before the food, local guy Sami Asmi is hosting another one of his Urban Takeover parties at Zouk tonight, from 10:30 or there abouts.

Here's the blurb from the Facebook event page:

Zouk brings you the URBAN TAKEOVER. Wednesday May 2nd

With the Award Winning International DJ Adam J bringing you the best of

■ HipHop
■ R&B
■ House
■ Dubstep
■ Club Bangers

Worked with artists like Akon, Jay Sean, Faith Evans, Blackstreet, Massari , Lloyd, Tine Tempah, Wayne Wonder, Imran Khan

Adam J's latest track WE CAME TO PARTY has been hitting the charts and coming to Oman soon ;) Check out the clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-af-NhXyXs

Hosted by Oman's #1 MC Sami Asmi
Event Timing:
10:30pm – 3am

Zouk (Crowne Plaza Hotel, Muscat)

Dress Code:
Dress to impress

- 21+ only
- Entry: 20 OMR Gents and Free entry for Ladies
- Doors open: 8pm
- Dress code: Dress to impress
- Management reserves the right to refuse entry
- Normal club policies apply, Couples and mixed groups receiving preference

For Table | VIP reservations please contact:

Tel: +968 24664912
Mobile: +968 95759771
Next up, local caterers based in Al Khuwair, The Dried Lemon, are having an open day with samples of the dishes they prepare tomorrow (Thursday) from noon till 6pm. There are details on how to get there on the Facebook Event page. For members of the Abandoned Dad's Society, or the "Wife ditched me here for the summer" support group, The Dried Lemon also prepares a few frozen dishes is simple serving sizes starting from as little as RO 3.500 for a lasagna. Might be worth a look in.

Also, there is a new South African meat supplier in town - more details on these guys soon, but here's their price list for various meat products and how to contact them. I have to say I'm pretty pumped about the Ostrich burgers, the SA Beef Tenderloin and the Biltong!

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And finally Next, the local Muscat Pirates kids rugby group have launched a nice new website which contains all the information you need to know about registering your kids for the next season (Due to start in early September).

Thanks to a reader who reminded me about the road closures this weekend: The Azaiba Roundabout (the one by the Grand Mosque) is being partially closed from 3pm tomorrow (Thursday) until midnight, and then fully closed between midnight and 3pm on Friday. No they don't explain what partially closed means.

Have a great weekend.

le fin.
A few bits for the weekend A few bits for the weekend Reviewed by Sythe on Wednesday, May 02, 2012 Rating: 5

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