Manali Nightlife

  • the mall
    the mall
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  • Warm yourself by the fire
    Warm yourself by the fire
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    Johnsons Cafe: DJ from 8pm

    by traceyspacey Written Jan 25, 2008

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    Warm yourself by the fire

    This is a popular place with Indian Tourists. Everyone is welcome.

    With comfy sofa's, an open fire and good food. It is popular. Johnson's Cafe are trying to encourage everyone to come along. Music was okay, not much dancing was going on as I think people were enjoying the fire too much.

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    Chopsticks: Warm by the fire until 10pm

    by traceyspacey Written Jan 25, 2008

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    Manali, isn't known for a late nightlife.

    So, Chopsticks is popular. Not just for eating, but drinking as well. We have found ourselves in there a couple of times, enjoying a bottle of Apple wine. Because being around the fire in winter is popular, we have got to know some of the residents of Manai. They are very knowledgeable of the local area.

    Chopsticks shuts at 10pm, however tey do not kick you out straight away.

    Dress Code: No dress code.

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    Khyber: Not quite TGI Friday's

    by traceyspacey Written Jan 25, 2008

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    Described in the Lonely Planet, as India's version of TGI Friday's. It isn't quite. It does feel a if it has a more upmarket feel than other places.

    One wall is taken up by windows looking on to the Mall. In the winter these means that it is cold especially as there is no heating. Drinks are more expensive than at Chopsticks. The seatings is segretated, so it is hard to get talking to other people.

    Staff are friendly, a little trouble with understanding each other. Watch the steps as you go up to it, some are broken.

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    the mall...: the mall...

    by husain Written May 13, 2005

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    the mall

    Almost every tourist in Manali heads out to the mall in the evening. Well actually its right thru the day, but the crowds seem to gather towards the evenings.
    The shops are brightly lit, and its all busy.
    From street vendors offering chat and other eatables, to small shops selling local craft and knitwear...

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