I'm used to staying up late at nights, a result of what has been my lifestyle during college days and i've been constantly looking for places where I can eat at odd hours. Most of the eating joints in mumbai close around 1:30 and for people like me
[ 1. who know nothing abt cooking,
2. generally have no inventory of midnight snacks
3. and are just too lazy to take care of the above two]
there are hardly a few options available. Few of them, which are open till 3:00 am
1. Bade miya: Colaba:
2. Bachelorrs: Opp Chowpatty : Do try the mango cream and the Bread butter toast
3. Zafran, Colaba: Costlier than the above two, but reasonable prices, Good food and nice ambiance.
The list is definitely not complete, and i'll keep updating as and when I discover some more places to fulfill your midnight cravings.
And for those who want to stay in their house and still want to enjoy good food at night, you can try ordering food from Mumbai's midnight food ordering service - Mad orders http://madorders.com/ . They still don't deliver in the area where I live, but lets hope they'll expand soon :)
All Sports Bar is located in the suburbs of Mumbai. There are 22 plasma screens and 1 giant screen. They show multiple games, matches, and tournaments - not just cricket!! Serves drinks and snacks/food - some interesting choices. Good place to get rowdy over your sports!
Open daily 6 p.m. - 1 a.m.
11 Echoes boasts of an open terrace lounging area overlooking the Juhu beach. An exquisite cuisine, a good selection of wines and cocktails and good natured service are what one can expect from a night out here. There is a functional dance floor if one wants to sway to the house music. A night out here will leave you wanting for more.
Dress Code: No Dress Code.. Be smart
Enigma is considered to be the most exclusive club in Mumbai and not for nothing, a night out here promises a chance to rub shoulders with A list celebs and wannabes alike for the star gazers and an out and out night of mind pulsating music to be danced at for the genuine party freak. The club offers the most wicked cocktails and some of them come with a determination to sock one off of their feet. A quick glance around reveals an eclectic ambience with lots of space to lounge around and get cozy, crystal chandeliers illuminate adept bar tenders spinning their flaming magic on an extravagant central bar. The music does not let any genre down, the club plays everything from hip hop to latest bollywood mixes and a dash of trance once in a while. A must go if you want to have a blast
Dress Code: Two Words - Show Off
Its Located near Juhu at a place called Sahkari Bhandar or Vile Parle ShoppingCentre.
Downstairs is the restaurant & upstairs is the Pub... Small & compact and hence usually full on most nights. The Music is excellent and so are the drinks... Can feel a bit cramped but an excellent place to chill out with friends.
Dress Code: No Dress code
Saw two plays wile I was here, the first was the Prophet (it was boring I have to admit, and there was a mad dash for the cars at the interval - people not even having their tea and sandwich), there was hell to pay as most people's drivers were down the street at the paan or chai wallah having a smoke break. Also saw opening night of Vagina Monologues with Jane Fonda, quite good, even Aishwayra Ray couldn't get a ticket.
If one is looking to spend a night in Bombay drinking beer nd listening to music (rock), Cafe Mondegar is the place. Its in Colaba very close to Metro theatre. Ask any cab driver for Metro theatre nd they will take u there. the ambience of the pub is good. especially the crowd is cool and no one is really bothered what ur doing. They serve Draught Beer and Bacardi Breezers. the food is ok kind but the appetizers are good. There is a juke box loaded with nice numbers. but u have to pay for that.. there is an A/C room but the fun is in non-a/c.
Dress Code: Anything will be fine..as per Indian standards
To find out what's going on during your stay - current club linformation and performers - check out www.timeoutmumbai.net/ or pick up a copy of Time Out Magazine while you're here.
Another source of information is the Friday edition of The Times of India. There's a separate section of happenings throughout the weekend and into the following week.
well most of the places on vt are very old and many dont exist anymore as nightclubs/lounges keep renovating to keep the interest of the night loving mumbai ppl...
heres the current list
sunday/monday - not just jazz by the bay - karaoke bar
wed,fri,sat - aurus , poison,bling (after party place) , china house , hard rock cafe , shiro , indigo , bussaba etc
thurs - olive
Dress Code: no sandals,no coats
just smart casuals and hip stuff
A mixed crowd of tourist and locals, these days it seem less touristy.
Easy to meet local people and have conversation, which I like to do when I travel.
Serves cold beers and other alcoholic drinks.
I do find this a very interesting place.
You pay more if you sit in the area at the back, as it has A/C
Dress Code: No specific dress code
If you like good manglorean food along with boozing and nice atmosphere here is a good option in andheri near airport. MAHARAJA....... they offer good service with affordable rates. KORI ROTI is very famous also neer dosa and chicken pulimunchi is great. Before ordering they show you the fish or crab which they gonna serve you. Its really great.
On saturday and sunday its really crowded so take appointment before going.
Dress Code: not at all
Myst is located in the Andheri (W) suburbs and is a nice place to stop for reasonably priced drinks and some appetizers. Good service and food. Has some specialty liquor (i.e. Vodka Blue) most places don't carry. Seating outside is best (but there can be a lot of mosquitoes). Not a club, but gets packed. Can have a conversation or listen to music.
Open daily noon-1:30 a.m.
Dress Code: Nice casual. All type of people - 30-something couples, corporates, and college kids.
The Hard Rock Cafe is located in 6,000 square feet of what used to be a Dyeing Mill. There are split levels and live performance areas. The usual rock n roll memorablilia is on display throughout. The menu is supposed to similar to the others in the chain, but the food here was really, really awful. The beef actually stunk so bad I could not even take one bite. (This was after asking the waiter if the beef was imported. Ha Ha) Service was confused and mediocre as well. The high ceilings were nice, music was loud but okay. May be better on a live performance night. The usual Hard Rock t-shirts, etc. available in the store. Wouldn't recommend going here.
Open daily noon - 1:30 a.m.
A concept lounge where everything's white. from the sofa's to the staff (just kidding) but it is all white. Great drinks and music mixed in with a diverse crowd. From ravers to corporates.. everyone loves this place.
Dress Code: White
The only club in bombay that stays open till 4am every night. A chore to get into post 2am, but well worth it (an extra 2 hours of Drunkard's Therapy).
Around $20 a drink with a very hip crowd and great music.
It's a restaurant cum lounge, so you can get a table and make a night out of it.
Dress Code: It's located within the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai. So dress classy, you could be rubbing shoulders with local and international stars.
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