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  • OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: galoreof questions

    by abby1069 Written Dec 24, 2011

    hi guys actually i have been living in mumbai since 5 years but have never been to a club or a disco,can someone answer these question?
    1.what is a stag entry
    2.what are cover charges exactly
    3.if some club or disc has free entry,does it mean couple entry is free or for all/
    4.when the netry is free ,obvioulsy the club mangemnt would expect patrons to buy expensive drinks but what if someone doesnt buy drinks and so he/she wiill enjoy the evening for freee?
    5.when its given free entry call on this number,so what exactly do we have to say if we want free entry.
    6.and all clubs would have samrt drees code..thnaks if any1 answers these questions,,,,and yeah thats bout it,thnks
    7.so where there are free entries,is it possible to dance and enjoy without paying a single peeny....

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  • OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: Night Serenades

    by kristophertuder Updated Jul 27, 2011

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    OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: Mumbai Nightlife

    by ni3sgalave Written Dec 5, 2009

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    The phrase - 'city that never sleeps', goes right with the most-happening city of India, Mumbai. The sparkling conurbation gleams all the more in the hours of darkness, when lights illuminate and music reverberates in its streets. It's for sure that its rocking nightclubs would buoy up your bashing spirits. With the growing influence of western culture, copious numbers of nightclubs, discotheques, lounge and bars have turned up, enhancing the nightlife of Mumbai. Herewith, the nocturnal tourists have got a wide range of places to select from.
    Besides the lounge parlors, discotheques entertain a big deal of night traffic in the city. You can hear the music of the perky DJs whilst swinging to their beats. Nightlife had always been active in Mumbai, but in the presence of silver-screen stars, leading millionaires and high-profile society, it has become even more happening. Lolling on low couch, seizing the soft cushions with soothing music and taking a sip of the premium liquor, doesn't that seem great? Yes, this and much more is awaiting you at the nightclubs of Bombay.
    Onyx, Dr. Ambedkar Road
    Polyester
    Indigo, Colaba
    Athena, Leela
    Enigma, J W Marriott Hotel
    The Dome, Marine Drive
    Not Just Jazz by the Bay, Marine Drive
    Silk Route, Mumbai G.P.O.
    Leopold, Colaba
    Café Mondegar
    Koyla, Colaba
    Sway, Marine Lines
    Bombay Blue, Goregaon (East)
    Mimosa, A.K.Marg
    Three Flights Up, Colaba
    Fire & Ice, Lower Parel
    Go Bananas, Kamats Plaza Hotel
    Fashion Bistro, Marzban Road
    The 1900's, Taj Mahal

    Dress Code: Cool Dress ..

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    OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: Leopold Cafe

    by ni3sgalave Written Nov 26, 2009

    Founded in 1871 by Iranis, it first started out as a wholesale oil store, and over the years has variously been a restaurant and store, and restaurant and pharmacy. Today it is a multi-cuisine restaurant with a bar on the first level, and serves cuisines like, Indian, Western, Chinese, South American, etc., and beer and alcohol.

    Dress Code: There is no Dress Code

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    OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: Live Music Venues

    by Donna_in_India Written Aug 9, 2008

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    Well, I'm not really sure why they say Mumbai is the city that never sleeps because there is a curfew of 1:30 a.m. for bars and clubs. That being said, this is Mumbai and there are always exceptions to the rule. The clubs in hotels are allowed to stay open later and you will find other establishments that do ignore the rule.

    Live Music Venues have become more popular and this is a list of some of the best:

    Zenzi - 183 Waterfield Road, Bandra www.zenzi-india.com/

    Blue Frog - Mathuradas Mills Compound, NM Joshi Marg, Lower Parel bluefrog.co.in/cms/home.html

    Hard Rock Cafe - Bombay Dyeing Mill Comound, Pandu Rung Budhkar Marg, Worli

    Not Just Jazz by the Bay - 143 Marine Drive , Soona Mahal

    Rouge - Rizvi Mahal Bldg, Nr Bhabha Hospital, Bandra (West)

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    OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: the city that never sleeps

    by siwaydi Written Jul 8, 2008
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    It is said that Mumbai is a city that never sleeps! The reason for this is that the nightlife of the city is so hot and so pulsating that you will have to go for days without sleeping for enjoying it fully. Even then, it is quite impossible to visit each and every happening nightclub, discotheque, bar and pub in the city in a single visit. You can go out any time of the night and you will see Bombay glittering with lights and the streets and night clubs teeming with people. Infact, the happening nightlife of the city is what attracts many tourists here.

    Besides the lounge parlors, discotheques entertain a big deal of night traffic in the city. You can hear the music of the perky DJs whilst swinging to their beats. Nightlife had always been active in Mumbai, but in the presence of silver-screen stars, leading millionaires and high-profile society, it has become even more happening. Lolling on low couch, seizing the soft cushions with soothing music and taking a sip of the premium liquor, doesn't that seem great? Yes, this and much more is awaiting you at the nightclubs of Bombay.

    Onyx, Dr. Ambedkar Road
    Polyester
    Indigo, Colaba
    Athena, Leela
    Enigma, J W Marriott Hotel
    The Dome, Marine Drive
    Not Just Jazz by the Bay, Marine Drive
    Silk Route, Mumbai G.P.O.
    Leopold, Colaba
    Café Mondegar
    Koyla, Colaba
    Sway, Marine Lines
    Bombay Blue, Goregaon (East)
    Mimosa, A.K.Marg
    Three Flights Up, Colaba
    Fire & Ice, Lower Parel
    Go Bananas, Kamats Plaza Hotel
    Fashion Bistro, Marzban Road
    The 1900's, Taj Mahal

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    Hard Rock: rock-a-holic!

    by joshtiglao Written Jul 5, 2008
    Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe Mumbai promises to keep fans rockin’ with live music throughout the year on two stage areas that can be used simultaneously for performances.

    The 6,000-square-foot, 169-seat cafe features an outstanding American menu, collectible merchandise and world-famous memorabilia representing contemporary stars such as Madonna, U2, and Bruce Springsteen along with side items from rock legends Elvis Presley, Led Zeppelin, and the Beatles.

    Stop at the Hard Rock Cafe for tasty food, tantalizing drinks and the very best in rock memorabilia and collectibles from HRC.

    Restaurant: Mon - Sun 12.30PM - 1.30AM
    Rock Shop: Mon - Sun 12.30PM - 11.00PM

    Same as the other Hard Rock Cafe around the world.
    they don't allow open footwear for males

    Dress Code: Dress to impress!

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    Blue Frog: live music club

    by bimalthakkar Written May 1, 2008

    Blue frog is the newplace to party , started around the beginning of 200, They have live performances from musicians all around the world. The food is managed by one of the best restaurants in Mumbai called Indigo. Entry fee is approx $5. Excellent ambience , exoctically done interiors. They have dj's coming to play music from all aound the world too.They erve exotic wines too.

    Dress Code: This is a causal to semi formal place where every one is trendily dressed.

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    OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: Gay travellers

    by M.E.R.V Written Jun 11, 2007

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    The most famous gay nightclub in Mumbai is Voodoo which is along Arthur Bunder Road in the Colaba area. Entrance makes it look more like a sleazy sex-joint. Gets exceptionally crowded on Saturdays. Best avoided if you are claustraphobic as there seems to be no ventilation but plenty of smoke.

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    OTHER NIGHTCLUBS AND PUBS: Party with the socialites!

    by M.E.R.V Written Jun 11, 2007

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    Mumbai has plenty of party spots with the most popular being Insomnia(Taj Mahal Hotel), Athena and Polly Esther's to name a few. Because these clubs are frequent by Mumbai's elite socialites, coincidentally, the cover charge goes up too. Expect to pay up to Rs1000 for cover charge alone and it is a must that you dress to impress in order to get in. If you are lucky enough, you may also be dancing right beside a Bollywood star! There are other cheaper places to have a drink around the Colaba area although you may need to ask around for directions.

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    Red Light (Kolaba): REDLIGHT - Club crawling in Kolaba, Mumbai

    by martin_aillaud Updated Jun 7, 2007
    Where to find it!

    As an Expat and regular visitor of famous Mumbai, I can basically recommend 3 different parts of the city to party, thats KOLABA (or COLABA), BANDRA and (of course) JUHU.
    Well, this Spot is in Kolaba, and worth to mention. I was there on a Sat. night and like all nightlife spots in BOM this place is packed on saturdays.
    Although "Red Light" sounds a bit "dingy", this club is seriously a place to dance and party.
    What applies to all BOM clubs, is also true for "Red Light":
    - It's easier (and cheaper) to come in as a couple (Bouncers like to keep the crowd balanced, so men are less welcome if they are alone or in a crowd of other blokes)
    - Saturday the club is crowded like hell, You can barely dance
    - Club closes around 3 in the morning
    - Cover charge applies (1500,-- INR) but You'll get a full reward in coupons to buy drinks.

    Music in Redlight is mixed from charts to 80's with a regular plunge into Bollywood hits.
    Crowd is good, mainly 20th to 30th of age. Resident DJ's
    Give it a try, if You are in Kolaba anyways and You want to avoid the long ride to Bandra or Juhu.

    Dress Code: Men: Long trousers, no open footwear, sneakers o.k. (casual)
    Girls: No strings attached!

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    J49: excellent

    by deepsp Written Aug 15, 2005

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    This nighclub in Juhu is excellent. The club is average size, the atmosphere is excellent. They play all the latest songs from around the world. Rnb, Hip Hop, Bhangra,Bollywood, Pop all mixed. It can become crowded, although we did go during Valantines Day.

    The crowd are live. We saw loads of Bollywood and TV stars. You get all the a-list stars and people in this club. As the location is in Juhu, where they live and hang out!

    Dress Code: Smart/Casual. You can wear jeans, no sneakers/trainers or Caps

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    Provogue Lounge: Fashion Street

    by wrldtravler Updated Oct 11, 2004

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    Provogue fashion show

    Another confused location. By day a store selling Provogue (Local Fashion House) products and by night a lounge which occassionally hosts fashion shows and other related do's.
    Gets nice and packed and plays a good mix of local and int'l music.
    Provogue is right next to lush so the corwd tends to mingle and move about.

    Dress Code: Dress Up... You never know where you might end up (read: Ramp)

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    Vie Lounge & Deck: Beach Beat

    by wrldtravler Updated Oct 11, 2004

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    Vie Lounge

    A favorite is the Vie Lounge in Juhu. Located right on the beach Vie is gaining a reputation for being the best place in town to mingle with the crem crowd.
    It opens up to the beach and has an extensive bar menu. Very much the place for a night of looking and been looked at. Foreign Bartenders ( read: white women) make for an int'l look along with the location which is quite novel.
    One possible drawback is that Vie is a favorite for private parties, so call ahead to check if it's open entry.

    Dress Code: Dress Up. This place tends to enforce the dress code hard.

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    Red Light: Kiddie

    by wrldtravler Written Oct 10, 2004

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    party @ Red Light

    Situated above Khyber restaurant in Kala Ghoda, Red light is a favorite for the 16-20 year olds. Playing trance / electronic music with a decent bit of hindi popular music.
    Good drinks.

    Dress Code: look like you belong.

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