Amoeba is an entertainment parlour which has a bowling alley, a sports bar and a restaurant. It has an interesting menu and groovy music, and is overall a great place to hangout with your friends, especially if you want towatch your favourite games on big screen.
Where: F-33,34, First floor
PVR is a multiplex theatre company at Phoenix Marketcity where people can watch movies and have a wonderful time with friends and family. They also have a lounge area within the multiplex and a cafeteria as well. Head here to watch your favourite upcoming movie!
Where: First floor
Snow World is a one of its kind Indoor ‘real snow’ based theme park which makes it easy for all families to have an exciting yet relaxing time. You can build up confidence on your board or skis or have your first crack at the jumps on skates, all in a negative temperature of -10 degrees along with living the lifestyle of an Eskimo.
Where: 58 – 61, Lower Ground floor
Clue Hunt is a great place to spend your weekend doing something different and fun! It is India’s first live escape game where you can solve a 60-minute mystery game challenge (to escape from a room) in a team of 2 to 8 players. It’s a great team building, social or family event.
Where: S-28A, Second floor
Other attractions at Phoenix Marketcity
Phoenix Marketcity is also very famous for its unique and artistic art installations. These installations are extremely creative and draw a large audience from across the city. The mall is also well known for its beautiful decorations during festive seasons inside the mall and outside the mall as well. The mall adds in a festive cheer with its special LED decorations installed on the exteriors. Apart from this, music concerts, flea markets, pop-up shops and exhibitions are held in the Dublin Square at Phoenix Marketcity, making it a very happening place for fun activities.
Christmas is just around the corner and we are now beginning to feel the festive cheer, with twinkling lights and pretty decorations adorning houses, restaurants and shops all around the city. On the occasion of this special festival, we have curated a list of some of the best restaurants that will be hosting amazing Christmas feasts.
Christmas Party for kids at Mahek’s Atelier
Step into the winter wonderland as Mahek’s Atelier, a cooking studio announces an exciting Gingerbread House decorating party for kids this Christmas. This will be a very memorable experience for them as they will bond over decorating delicious bakes with Royal icing, candies, marshmallows, gems and many more confectionaries to choose from, and can also take their Gingerbread Houses back home. To make this experience even more exciting for the kids, Santa will come bearing presents and goodies for the children and there will also be games and music to add to the fun.
Date: 23rd December 2017, 4 PM onwards
Price: INR 1500 (inclusive of taxes) for 1 Pair (1 Adult + 1 Child)
Johnnie Walker presents ‘Infusion’ at The Boston Butt
The Boston Butt has specially curated a menu infusing the finest Johnnie Walker blends in their food to give you a perfect spirit experience for your palette. They have lined a whole menu containing slow braised meats, glazed and basted with the Johnnie Walker blends. The menu will be spirit infused, ranging from the the entrees to desserts including a Christmas Bundt Cake and whiskey infused ice-creams, making it an unique experience for the guests. Moreover, they will also have specially curated cocktails by the Master of Concoctions, Jamie Walker himself.
Date: 24th December 2017, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Address: 1st-floor Rampart Row 30 K Dubash Marg Opp. Max Mueller Bhavan, Near Rhythm House and Jehangir Art Gallery, Kalaghoda, Fort, Mumbai – 400023
Contact Details: 022 – 69470000 / +9188790 24443
Wild West Christmas Celebration at Old Wild West
This Christmas set aside your little black dress and buckle up your boots, put on your bows and head to Old Wild West with your gang to chug on some beers, sip on whiskey and take the bull ride and begin your year end in a Wild West style. Satiate your Tex-Mex cravings with their scrumptious delectable like Tex Mex Veg Tacos, Oriental Paneer Chilly, Texan Chicken Tenders, Mexican Chicken Wings, South Style Fish Crackers and a lot more. To compliment they have Mexican Themed Cocktails including Mexican Wave, Cowboy, Malta Whiskey, White Mexican and many more.
Address: First Floor, Trade View Building Oasis Complex, Kamala Mills Compound Pandurang Budhkar Marg Lower Parel, Mumbai – 400013
Contact Details: 022 6537 6677
All Day Long Drunch at Kaitlyn’s Beer Garden
Celebrations have started at Kaitlyn’s Beer Garden as they invite you to try their delicious All Day Long Drunch where you get your personal menu to choose from 2 starters,1 salad, 1 main course and a dessert along with unlimited Kingfisher Tap Beer and Raspberry Royale that is their special Christmas Cocktail, and you can also opt for unlimited Mimosas. So head to Kaitlyn’s Beer Garden with your gang to sit under mistletoe and enjoy the all day long Drunch.
Date: 24th December 2017, All day long
Price: 1500+ taxes, Christmas Drunch with Unlimited Mimosas 2200+
With the onset of winter, an amalgamation of cheer and gastric satiation is all what one wants. With the last feast of the year, raise a toast to good tidings, good company and good food! Join Team Magazine Street Kitchen for a very merry Mag St Christmas Brunch as they prepare to titillate your taste buds and make sure you have a great time!
Date: 25th December 2017, 1:00 PM onwards
Price: INR 5500 (inclusive of taxes), INR 6500 (inclusive of taxes and alcohol)
Address: Gala No 13, Devidayal Compound, Near Britannia Company, Magazine Street, Gupta Mills Estate, Darukhana, Byculla East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400010
Christmas is less than a week away, and this is literally the best time to go gift shopping for your friends and family if you haven’t already. In order to help you avoid your last minute stress shopping, we have curated some of our favorite gifts that your loved ones are sure to love!
The Haathi Howda Yatra designer chai glasses by India Circus are an innovative way of gifting your friend or family member something creative that will accessorize their table.
This gift is for: A friend who loves drinking tea or coffee.
Where to buy it: You can buy the Haathi Howda Yatra chai glasses at their stores in Fort and High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel or online.
Couple tees couldn’t be a more romantic way to tell your other half how much they mean to you! With cute quotes like ‘to infinity and beyond’ printed on your T-shirts, it is a perfect gift this Christmas.
This gift is for: Your sweetheart as a promise to be together forever.
Where to buy it: You can buy the Bombay Trooper Couple T-Shirtshere.
Candle Gift Set
There is something regal about scented candles that makes it a beautiful item to gift. This Good Earth’s Glass Candles Gift Set illuminates the floral splendor of Nishaat Mughal gardens in Kashmir. Once the candle wax has melted away, the glass with delicate flowers and motifs can be filled with tea lights.
This gift is for: All your lovely female friends who will love to decorate this pretty gift set in their homes.
This Christmas, we have come up with the best churches to visit in Bandra, South Bombay, and across the city.
St. Michael’s Church, Mahim
St. Michael’s Church is one of the oldest Catholic churches in Mumbai, originally built by the Portuguese in 1534. Since then it was rebuilt a number of times, the present structure dating to 1973. This church is very famous for its Novenas held every Wednesday, wherein Not only Christians, but also adherents of other faiths congregate to pay their respects to the Virgin Mary and attend mass every Wednesday. Devotees believe that visiting the Church on nine consecutive Wednesdays (Novena) will grant their wishes.
Christmas special: The Christmas Eve midnight mass of St. Michael’s Church is very popular, and carol singing starts at 11 PM. The church is beautifully lit up, and a market occupying the pavement out the front has a marvellous display of starry lanterns, scented candles, Jesus and Mother Mary statues.
Address: Lady Jamshedji Road, Mahim West, Mahim, Mumbai
This beautiful tall Gothic-style church was inspired by the Canterbury Cathedral of England. It is one of the oldest Roman Catholic churches in Mumbai. The origin of the Gloria church can be traced to a private chapel which was built around 1548. As Byculla rose in importance and population, and as the number of Catholics increased, the private chapel naturally proved inadequate to the needs of the times. Therefore, to accommodate more people for mass prayers, church was built by Portuguese Franciscans in 1632. The modern Gloria church was built in English Gothic style in 1911 at Byculla & shaped in the form of a Latin Cross with lofty Towers – 4 Turrets which rise to a height of 160 ft. In 2013, the Church was recently renovated for the centenary year.
Christmas special: Christmas Eve at Gloria Church is absolutely magical! With its tall church towers (one of the tallest in the city), it makes for a splendid setting to ring in the Christmas festivities. This year, Christmas midnight service will begin with Carol Singing at 11.30 pm followed by midnight mass. On Christmas Day, i.e. 25th December, masses will be at 7 am, 8.15 am and 9.30 am (all in English).
Address: Sant Savata Mali Marg, Byculla East, Mazgaon, Mumbai
Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, Borivali has been a Roman Catholic Parish from 1547 to 1739 and again from 1912 onwards. The Church structure traces its origin back to the fifteenth century, a monument with an archetypal history and national significance. Adjoining the present Church building are the Mandapeshwar caves which date back to circa 750-850AD. In the 1980s and 1990s, as people from the main city and southern suburbs started moving to Borivali for its peaceful surroundings, the parish started expanding – gradually in the beginning and then with increasing speed. On the feast day at Mount Poinsur, 8 December, hundreds of thousands of people from all over Mumbai come and pay homage following a centuries’ old tradition which considers the Church of Our Lady of the Conception a centre for pilgrimage.
Christmas special: This church is decorated with holly wreaths, garlands and twinkling lights during Christmas. The mass is held on the huge church grounds. The attendance of their popular midnight mass service has increased to 12,000 people in recent years. This year, carol singing will begin at 9:30 PM, followed by the Christmas Eve mass from 10 PM.
Address: Shree Aurobindo Marg, I C Colony, Mount Poinsur, Borivali West, Mumbai
This Monday, enjoy the amazing taste of West African and Middle Eastern cuisine grilled specialties at African Grill Specials by The Brasserie Grill located at the Hilton Mumbai International Airport. What could be better than dining beneath the stars at their al-fresco dining outlet with a live grill kitchen and beautiful view of the hotel swimming pool? For table reservations, call on +91 22 2838 0000. For more information, check out their official Facebook event page.
Tuesday, 19 December
The Consulat général de France à Bombay and Institut français India have organised an event called The Bonjour India Experience at Cross Maidan daily until 28th December. Experience this immersive journey, the first of its kind in India, that celebrates the breadth and depth of the relationship between India and France in a way it has never been told before – from technology to culture, from yesterday to tomorrow. Entry is free of cost. Visit their websitefor more information about the event.
Wednesday, 20 December
If you love Korean culture such as their traditional performing art forms, Taekwondo, K-Pop music and K-dramas, then you should definitely attend The 2017 Korean Cultural Festival at Shanmukhananda Hall, Sion from 7 PM to 9 PM. Free entry, first come first serve. Check their Facebook event page here.
Thursday, 21 December
This Thursday, celebrate unadulterated Indie music at Hard Rock Café, Andheri from 8:30 PM to 11:30 PM with Music UnLtd, an award-winning Indie Band that performs Progressive, Alternative, Psychedelic and Classic Rock in English & Hindi. For more information about the event, check out their official Facebook event page.
Friday, 22 December
This Friday, KRUNK presents Madame Gandhi, an artist and activist who writes her own electronic music that elevates and celebrates the female voice. Go support this great woman and listen to her fresh music at Bonobo – Bar.Love.Food. The timings are 10 PM to 1 AM. To know more about this event, check out their official Facebook event page.
Saturday, 23 December
Enjoy your Saturday night by dancing away on disco, house and techno music as Heineken presents Stalvart John, Midland Sparks and Ben Yugen at Café Zoe from 9:30 PM onwards. Don’t miss out on this one if you want to have an awesome time. Check their official Facebook event page for more details.
Sunday, 24 December
Be a part of wonderful festive celebrations by attending the Christmas Eve masses at beautiful churches across Mumbai. Here are three of our articles – Churches in Bandra, South Bombay and other parts of the city which can make it easier for you to choose where you’d like to go.
Christmas in New York is timeless and beautiful. The entire city is decked up with ornate Christmas trees, hollies and twinkling lights that makes it look like a winter wonderland! The world-famous Christmas tree of Rockefeller Center covered in 50,000 LED lights is the biggest attraction of New York during the holidays. You can also enjoy a carriage ride through Central Park which is such an amazing experience. Lovers of snow, glitter, fairy lights and everything magical will be absolutely smitten with NYC’s Dyker Heights Christmas Lights and Radio City Music Hall’s sparkling Christmas tree. You can shop for your loved ones at some of the best Christmas holiday markets in the city – namely Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park, Union Square Holiday Market and the Grand Central Holiday Fair.
Vienna is such a perfect place to celebrate Christmas the old-fashioned way. Get lost into the aroma of delicious frying sausages, the sweet tang of toffee apples and the fragrance of countless scented candles. Immerse yourself in the glittery holiday decorations covering the imperial architecture and three outdoor Christkindl Markets wherein visitors can choose from a wide range of artisan wares and ornaments, watch the amazing displays of artists, cooks and shopkeepers as well as savour some wonderfully spiced Glühwein or mulled wine. Listening to The Vienna Boys’ Choir concerts is also legendary experience that you should not miss. The best places in Vienna to experience charming Christmas lights are Kohlmarkt, Graben where you can walk beneath giant chandeliers containing around 200,000 LEDs, Stephansplatz and Kärntner Straße which has shimmering cascades of lights with around 550,000 LEDs and 48 km of crystals to create a fairytale-like feel. The traditional Christmas markets to enjoy in Vienna are Christkindlmarkt on the Rathausplatz (the biggest one), Spittelberg, Karlsplatz, Freyung and Schönbrunn (in front of the palace).
Christmas in Goa is celebrated like no place else in India. During Christmas in Goa, all the streets are lit up and the market places are all decorated with tinsel and buntings. Christmas trees are decorated with dainty ornaments and holly wreaths adorn pretty little Goan homes. Since Goa is home to over 400 churches, the best thing to do is attending a midnight mass service on Christmas Eve, and immerse in the beautiful harmony and melody of Christmas hymns and carols that fill up the air. Church bells ringing also add in a historic charm to the ambience. You can also witness an array of beautiful fireworks on beaches such as Baga and Calangute or treat yourself to a grand traditional Goan Christmas feast.
Strasbourg is a spectacular sight to witness during Christmas as a series of themed Christmas villages transform the city into a fantastic wonderland filled with scenic delights. The old-world charm can be experienced here as this place has a rich history and culture. The famous Christkindelsmärik, the oldest Christmas market in Europe was held in Strasbourg in 1570, and the tradition has been followed ever since, thus crowning it the “Capital of Christmas” since 1992. People in Strasbourg put up Christmas trees, make a nativity scene, bake spiced bread and prepare hot wine. The vast Christmas Tree – the 28-metre-tall centrepiece at the heart of the city – is an iconic symbol of Strasbourg. Other pretty illuminated places around the city are The Porte de Lumières, Place Kléber and the façade of the Aubette building. If you are a foodie, you should definitely visit the Christmas food market and discover traditional products from Alsace.
Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland
Rovaniemi in Lapland, Finland may be the best place on earth to celebrate Christmas as Finns argue that it makes a much likelier home for Santa than even the North Pole. This place draws more than 300,000 annual visitors from all around the world. Rovaniemi received the status of the Official Hometown of Santa Claus in 2010. You can enjoy husky and reindeer rides, snowmobile tours, ice and snow constructions here. Santa Claus Main Post Office is also a must on any visit to Santa Claus Village. Santa Claus is also said to have a group of elves that can be seen here in the village, and there is also something called an Elf School! Rovaniemi is truly a traditional Christmas place.
H&M is our favorite Swedish clothing brand that has a large and double storeyed store in Phoenix Marketcity. H&M is a great place to go shopping for casual western clothes and basics. You will find a wide range of womens wear, mens wear and childrenswear – all at the same place! The pricing ranges from affordable to a little high-end.
What we love: Basics that fit exactly the way we are used to in our home country
Where: G-14, Ground floor
Zara is a Spanish fashion brand that we love for some high-end basics and Western fashion statement pieces. Although the pricing is slightly on the higher side, it is totally okay to splurge on yourself once in awhile! Zara has a great range of Western formals as well that are sometimes difficult to find in the city.
What we love: Great Western formal clothes
Where: 53 – Ground floor
For all youngsters, Forever 21 is literally the one-stop shop to buy western wear, footwear and accessories at a relatively cheap price. Pretty floral patterns, plaid and other amazing styles are available at Forever 21.
What we love: Fast living fashion statements
Where: 72 – Ground and First floor
Lifestyle is a great brand to buy fashion apparel and beauty products, all in one place. There is a wide range of mens and womens fashion, and the products are also priced moderately.
What we love: Affordable Indian wear
Where: Ground and First floor
Fabindia is one of the most loved store by foreigners. They offer authentic cotton and silk apparel, and consists of primarily traditional cloths such as kurtas, sarees, scarves, etc. Fabindia also has a great variety of ayurvedic and organic beauty and skincare products and a few food products such as biscuits.
What we love: This is the perfect place to find a gift for friends and family at home.
Where: F-55, 56, First floor
If you love Indian wear, but aren’t too sure if traditional clothes will look good on you, then you should check out Global Desi for fusion ethnic wear. Their collection is a lovely blend of western and Indian wear that will look good on everyone.
What we love: Colorful global Indian wear
Where: F-60, First floor
Other famous brands are Marks & Spencer (Lower Ground floor & Ground floor), Levi’s (Lower Ground floor), Aeropostale, United Colors of Benetton, U.S. Polo Assn, Mango, Only, Promod and Vero Moda are all on the Ground floor.
KAMA Ayurveda is an Indian luxury skincare and haircare brand which recently opened a store in Phoenix Marketcity. They have a wide range of creams, lotions and shampoos that are made from natural Ayurvedic ingredients.
What we love: Natural Sun Protection (comes in a yellow packaging and has a delicious citrus smell)
Where: 53, Ground floor
There is literally no major international makeup brand that you will not find at Sephora. It is a favourite place of all the makeup junkies, and even beginners swear by this place to satisfy their beauty needs.
What we love: The fact we can find all our beauty products in one place
Where: 80,81,82,Ground floor
Forest Essentials offers 100% natural & herbal skin care, hair care, body care and facial care products for both men and women. It is a highly sought-after brand, and it’s a little on the pricier end, you should definitely try it out since the products are of good quality.
What we love: Body Oil Gift Box
Where: Ground floor
There is a huge range of sportswear in Phoenix Marketcity, and some of the biggest brands such as Adidas, Fila, Nike, Puma and Reebok are available here. So if you are looking for sportswear, sports footwear, fitness equipment, accessories and apparel, you should definitely head here for all your fitness wear requirements. Prices range from affordable to expensive.
Adidas, Fila, Nike, Puma and Reebok – all located on Lower Ground Floor
KID’S FASHION AND TOYS
Hamleys is such an amazing place to keep your kids entertained. They have a wide variety of games and toys that they will surely enjoy. However, Hamleys is not just for little children. They also have a video games section and indoor games section as well.
What we love: The little activities at the entrance that keep the kids entertained while we can quickly buy a gift
Where: F-37 & S-37, First floor
For all the new mothers and their babies, Mother Care has a beautiful range of baby clothes with Western prints, all essentials you need like milk bottles, bibs, socks and even toys for the new-born. Quality and prices are a bit more high-end compared to other baby and maternity stores.
What we love: Western printed baby clothes
Where: F 62/63, First floor
Me n Moms
Me n Moms is an Indian store where you can buy baby and maternity readymade apparel, baby essentials and toys. You can find Indian style children clothes and maternity clothes that you won’t find at Mother Care.
This magnificent cathedral, that was built between 1672 and 1718, is the oldest British-era building standing in Mumbai and the city’s first Anglican church. In fact, the neighbourhood of Churchgate gets its name from this church, built by the East India Company. The erstwhile church was consecrated a cathedral in 1837.The cathedral is a splendid amalgamation of Byzantine and colonial-era architecture, and it is known for its award winning intricately designed stained glass work.The interiors of the cathedral are filled with monuments, including some to commemorate the martyrs of the battle of Srirangapatna of 1799. The memorial stones, tombstones, the tower and clock add to the monument’s charm.
Christmas special: Opened on Christmas Day in 1718,this glorious church is famous among the SoBo community for midnight mass. Carol singing starts around 9:30 PM which is then followed by a mass at 10:30 PM. Wear your finest clothes and bring in the birth of Jesus Christ at this old charming cathedral.
Address: Horniman Circle, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai
The Church of St John the Evangelist, popularly known as Afghan Church, is a Presbyterian church built by the British to commemorate the martyrs of the First Afghan War in 1842. There are eight large bells in the bell-tower and a 60-meter-high tower and spire. Impressive stained glass windows, geometric floor patterns and distinct, wide Gothic arches are the architectural highlights of this remarkable structure. It is owned and managed by the Indian Navy.
Christmas special: Christmas Eve is celebrated with great enthusiasm at this church with a performance by the renowned Wild Voices Choir, starting from 10:30 PM, followed by Holy Communion. The church has the most amazing acoustics and its tall structure helps resound the choral music being sung in unison.
Address: Duxbury Lane, Near Navy Nagar, S.B.S Road, Colaba, Mumbai
Cathedral of the Holy Name, also called the Wodehouse Church in Colaba is a Neo-Gothic stone monument well known for its frescoes and immaculate interiors. This historic cathedral stands as a reminder of the colonial era. The foundation stone of the building was laid on 9th July 1902, and it was opened for everyone on 15th January 1905 as a parish. It was consecrated as a cathedral on 28th November 1964. Since then, it was declared as the Seat of the Archbishop and the ‘Mother Church’ of the Archdiocese, and continues serving even today. The main doors of the Holy Name Cathedral were also declared ‘Holy Doors of Mercy’ in 2016, allowing Catholics to walk though, asking for purification and forgiveness from their sins.
Christmas special: This Cathedral is a wonderful place to bring in your Christmas eve. During the midnight mass, traditional Christmas carols sung in English, Konkani and Latin resonate across the beautifully Gothic-structured cathedral. An orchestra band is also present to bring alive the carols. The Cathedral’s choir commences its carol singing 9:30 PM onwards, and the mass begins approximately 10 – 10:30 PM onwards.
Christmas is finally around the corner, and there could be nothing better than celebrating it with some delicious food! This festive season calls for binging on some heavenly Christmas special food. That is precisely why we have rounded up some of the best places in Mumbai where you can indulge in excellent specialities this Christmas:
Location: 1, Vasant Villa, Peddar Road, Mumbai
Timings: 11AM to 8PM
Contact Details:+91 7666122211/+91 9699641112
Nordic Kandie is a luxury dessert store where you can relish some blissful sweets. Their highlight is the marzipan that’s available in unique flavours like Nutella, Green apple, cherry, lemon, etc. and it’s amazing how they have also blended in Indian flavours like meetha paan. It’s on the pricier side but totally worth the delicious experience.
Did you know that Nordic Kandie is run by fellow expat Thea Tammeleht from Estonia?
2. Spring Street Bakery
Location: Unit 19, Swastik Industrial Estate, CST Vidyanagari Road, Kalina, Santacruz East
Timings: 10AM to 6PM
Contact Details: 088280 06565/+91 9323166963
Spring Street Bakery has made all preparations to make sure you enjoy every bit of this festive season! Not only are their cakes, cookies, cupcakes and brownies absolutely delectable, but they are also a work of art. They are so intricately designed, and especially for Christmas, they have come up with lovely patterns and shapes such as Christmas wreaths, trees, snowflakes, plaid-patterns and much more. To view and order their amazing Christmas special goodies, click here.
Did you know that Spring Street Bakery is a social enterprise run by fellow expat Bernie David from the United States and her husband?
3. Venus Cake Shop
Location: Shop No 3, Luminus Apartment, Near Mount Carmel Church, Chapel Road, Bandra West
Timing: 7:30AM to 10PM
Contact Details: 022 2642 5306
For all you sweet toothed people, Venus Cake Shop is the perfect place to enjoy a wide range of local Indian Christmas delights such as jujubes, kulkuls (traditional Goan sugar glazed curls), deep-fried nevris (also known as karanjis) and crunchy rice guliyos (Sweet Rice Marbles), marshmallows, plum cakes and fudges. You should definitely not miss going here.
4. Vienna Bakery
Location: 125, Vakola Pipe Lane, Behind St. Anthony Church, Siddharth Nagar, Santacruz East
Timing: 8AM to 8:30PM
Contact Details: 022 2667 2811
Vienna Bakery is so famous for their rich Christmas plum cake, that there is usually a long line of people waiting to get their hands on it! Apart from that, they have soft and delicious guava cheese which also gets sold out very fast.
5. Hearsch Bakery
Location:90/ A, Near Holy Family Hospital, Hill Road, Bandra West
Timing: 7AM to 10PM
Contact Details: 022 2643 5361
Hearsch Bakery has been one of most preferred sweet shops during festive season, especially around Christmas. Some of their speciality items are Marzipan, milk cream, walnut fudge and chocolate cakes.
Gateway Taproom, BKC is making sure that your monday goes right! They have organised Beer-o-logy Monday wherein you can get to taste four of their best beers, a glass of beer of your choice and two lip-smacking appetizers – all this at just INR 750/- (all inclusive) from 7 PM to 9 PM. Since the event is RSVP only, call 9819957942 to book your spot at the earliest.
12 December, Tuesday
Get high on spirits and life this Tuesday as JLWA, Bandra is hosting a ‘Buy 1 Get 1 on all alcohol’ Happy Hour session all day and night. You can contact them for reservations at 082911 62951. Click here to know more about the event.
13 December, Wednesday
Gwenda Glocalista’s favourite team, Bombay Daredevils are playing their last game of the season against Django Unchained this Wednesday. Join in to cheer for them at 9:45 PM at St. Andrews in Bandra. It will be an amazing match to watch for sure!
14 December, Thursday
Join Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Fort from 6 PM to 8 PM for a keynote lecture by Mr. Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Director General, CSMVS, Mumbai, and learn about the process of conceptualization and the many challenges of making the landmark exhibition ‘India and the World: a History in Nine Stories’.
15 December, Friday
Are you a Bollywood lover? Then this event is tailormade just for you! Enjoy watching superhit Bollywood music, amazing dances and dazzling costumes at Balle Balle – A Bollywood Musical Play. A fun event starting from 8 PM which you definitely should not miss! Click here to know more about the event.
16 December, Saturday
Lil Flea is back in Bombay for the weekend at MMRDA Grounds, BKC, wherein they will host 300 of India’s best up & coming pop-up shops, over 60 home chefs & bakers, some really awesome Indie musicians, and also organise book exchanges, outdoor movies, story telling sessions, marathon open mics and much more. So make a plan with your friends now! For event details, click here.
17 December, Sunday
This Sunday, pledge to eat healthy and go shopping for organic and fresh fruits and vegetables, health beverages, clean snacks, and some soulful food at the Versova Organic Farmers Market in Little HOUSE. You will get to meet the makers of organic food and attend talks and demos to learn more about eating right. Sounds great, right? Click here to know more about the event.