Today #mumbairains has draped the city in water, traffic jams, schools getting shut down mid day, and yet mumbaikars are totally enjoying it. If you think the city is going to hide inside their homes and crib about the rains, then you are wrong. Instead, you would find these best hangouts of the city crowded with people as if today were a weekend. Want to be part of this monsoon fun, check these out.
This junkyard sort of bar can fulfil everybody’s luxury needs. The bar has a neon-lit bunker and the body of a VW Beetle fitted above it. The catchy thing is to see DJ playing in a Maruti van. The ambiance is nice but the bar gets crowded at the early hours of the day, so make an advance booking if you’re planning to hit this place any day.
Aer is a lavish open-air rooftop bar situated at the 34th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel. Enjoy cocktails and snacks seeing the relishing view of sun setting down, but if you’re planning to walk in at the midnight then you got to be the Cinderella or the charming prince of the town as that’s the time when Aer turns into a happening party place.
If Aer turns bad for you, then the saviour is itself, The Four seasons hotel. This beautiful 5-star hotel will leave you speechless with its stunning interiors and classy food. A good call for rich folks.
A recent face-lift has altered Tote’s focus to a more informal place. The place has been awarded numerous times for its ambiance, especially for its interior, a wood-paneled bar and rain trees at the entrance.
The bar is built in a 120-year-old heritage building, with woody floors and low ceilings. The bar is suspended with sepia prints of Victoria Terminus and serves every sort of food. A rare fascinating place in Mumbai.
The Spanish restaurant has a sophisticated, low-lit lounge that switches into a a party place on Friday and Saturday night.
Nothing can beat the ambiance, lavishness and services of the Hotel Taj. It’s the favourite place for every rich folk of Mumbai to dine in.
Author’s Name: Pranay Gautam