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Oct
07

Nightlife in Mumbai

The city glows as the sun goes

 

Mumbai is a city that never sleeps No matter what time of night you venture out you will find substantial number of people on streets and roads. The city is famous for its vibrant nightlife.

Mumbai is India's nightlife capital with enough bars and clubs to fulfill even the most solidified libertine. Dress regulations do matter in Mumbai and it pays to attempt; after all you may well be rubbing shoulders with top Bollywood players.

The “Queens Neckless” is amazing as it can be a reason of calling Mumbai a City of Gold. Nightlife of Mumbai not only consist of clubs but also the family time spend at “Worli Seaface”

Mumbaikars celebrated harder than common after the news that a proposition to keep bars and eateries open throughout the night in the money related capital had gotten initial approval from the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

In any case, don't bust out your moving shoes just yet excellent individuals of Mumbai. It will probably be a few months prior to the check in time is lifted in real.

Mumbai, one of India's most liberal and cosmopolitan urban cities, is truly known for its flourishing party scene. Nightlife darlings however have taken a hit lately as neighborhood authorities have become more careful about upholding the law that says eateries and bars in the city must close by 1.30 a.m.

Yuva sena chief Aditya Thackeray , grand son of Balasaheb Thackeray made an campaign and wrote a letter to the chief minister of Maharashtra. To approve the permission of nightlife in Mumbai . which played a very important role in keeping the nightlife happening.

As Mumbai Police's choice to permit dance club and bars to stay open 24×7 is a deft move for India's Maximum City. From Shanghai to New York, incredible urban areas over the world are prestigious for their energetic nightlife. What's more, that is straightforwardly identified with the expansive quantities of sightseers they draw in. On the other hand, ancient laws and similarly age-old policing strategies in India have kept Indian urban communities from finding their tourism potential. This is one of the principle reasons India punches path underneath its weight in the tourism sector.

Top 10 places to visit for an amazing nightlife in Mumbai:-

  • Bachelorr’s :

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    Bachelorr's is a Fast Food, Juice & Ice Cream Outlet, established in early Forties and is located opposite the Chowpatty Sea Face in Mumbai – Charni road. Over more than 80 years, Bachelorr’s has been a popular hangout of people from all sections of society right from the biggest industrialists, film stars, cricketers, to the quintessential common man. Bachelorr's is a hot favorite amongst college students. Bachelorr's has been regularly featured in various magazines, newspapers and different TV shows on various channels.

 

 

 

 

  • Leopold cafe :

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    The Leopold Cafe is a large and popular restaurant and bar on Colaba Causeway, in the Colaba area of Mumbai, India, located across from the Colaba Police station. The Cafe is usually crowded with Indians and outsiders. The cafe was an early site of gunfire and grenade explosions during the 2008 Mumbai attacks by terrorists. The restaurant was extensively damaged during the attacks. Gunmen sprayed the restaurant with bullets and there were blood stains on the floor and shoes left by fleeing customers. Sourav Mishra, a Reuters reporter and one of the first media witnesses of the attack, suffered severe bullet injuries. The cafe reopened four days after the attack, but was reclosed by the police as a safety measure after two hours because of the unexpected size of crowds gathering there.

 

 

 

  • Bademiya :night life

   India’s best-known seekh kebab brand owes its existence to the whim of a Muslim mendicant. Bademiya was a 13 year old Mohammad Yaseen when he arrived in then Bombay from a small village in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh. During his early adolescent years, he gave up his small-time business of cutting and supplying meat to the hotels and embraced the divine influence of his religious guru – Hazrat Fida Mohammed Adam Chisti, who directed him to serve the people honestly and to the best of this ability in whatever manner. He rewarded the boy with Rs. 20 to set up a make-shift seekh kebab counter (as it was whatever little he knew about, besides meat fabrication) at an almost deserted spot near a naval port at the tip of Mumbai – Colaba, in 1946.

 

 

  • Nariman point :

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    Nariman Point is a business district in Mumbai city. Formerly the preeminent business district on India's west coast, Nariman Point yielded that status to Mumbai's Bandra-Kurla Complex in 2010. Prior to Nariman Point's development, Mumbai's business centre was at Ballard Estate, which – like Nariman Point also – was built on land reclaimed from the sea. Located on the southern tip of the Mumbai peninsula, at the end of the Mumbai's Marine Drive, Nariman Point is named after Khursheed Framji Nariman, a municipal corporator who had initiated the area's development as an extension to the Back Bay reclamation. Nariman Point houses some of India's prestigious business headquarters, and despite its decline (see below), it remains one of the more expensive business districts in India, exceeded only by Delhi's Connaught Place and – since April 2012 – by Mumbai's own Bandra-Kurla Complex.

 

 

 

  • Parsian Darbar :

parsianEstablished in 1976, Persian Darbar has been a pioneer in Mughlai, Punjabi, Chinese and Sea Food cuisines. Known as the RAAN king of Mumbai, there specialty Raan has been a customer favorite 35 years running. Meat so tenderly cooked it will just melt in your mouth. They serve RAAN in more that 10 different varieties that will surely tickle your taste buds. As our next generation takes over, they have applied new ideas in renovating our restaurants to create an ambiance fit for a Mughal Darbar. Persian Darbar, in all these years has won many professional laurels and most importantly the praise and loyalty of its customers. As they ready themselves to expand into new areas and markets they have already laid the foundation to create the ultimate dining experience.

 

 

 

 

 

  • TAP :

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    Since 1993, China Gate Restaurants Pvt Ltd, has been committed to bring its patrons an unparalleled dining experience. Here you find a variety of cuisines served in settings that are stylish and urbane. Warm service, value-for-money meals along with interesting themed food feasts and celebrations ensure you enjoy to the fullest. China Gate Restaurants owns TAP one of the happening places in Mumbai. TAP has the most number of footfall from the suburban crowed.they also have attractive offers for weekends.

  • Juhu Beach :

    The Juhu Beach in Mumbai is one of the most famous Indian beaches. This beach is known to be the one of the most-visited beaches of India and is situated in 'Ville Parle'. It is located approximately 18 km from the city center and is a desired location for most film shootings. Juhu Beach borders a posh locality where most celebrities stay and therefore, it is quite common to find famous celebrities jogging along the sands of this popular beach of Mumbai. Tourists visit this beach because of its peaceful atmosphere and its scenic beauty. Juhu Beach is also famous for its local delicacies and street food. The food stalls set up here offer excellent cuisines and snack items. People in Mumbai visit this beach to relax and enjoy after a long, tedious day. There are extravagant hotels and apartments located at the southern end of the beach. Watching the sunset in this wonderful place, guarded by the vast Arabian Sea, is a dream-like vision for anyone who visits the beach. Try out the various local cuisines offered at the food stalls and snack joints set up at the beach. The street foods, such as 'Pani Puri', 'Bhel Puri' and 'Pav Bhaji' are just some of the many delicacies offered at the beach stalls.

     

  • Bar Stock Exchange (BSE) :

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    Bar Stock Exchange, a place in Sakinaka, Andheri where you are served alcohol purely on the principles of the share market. This unique place has taken everyone by surprise with their unique pricing techniques. The prices of the drink increase if more customers order the same drink and decreases if fewer customers order. The place functions completely on the principles of demand and supply. The bar managers create extra excitement by using their market share feature which is a controlled drop in pricing of selected drinks. The food served at the place is highly exceptional, especially the garlic bread and pasta. The distinctive features of this place transform a silent lounge into a crowded entertainment zone.

 

 

 

  • Juhu Beach :

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The Juhu Beach in Mumbai is one of the most famous Indian beaches. This beach is known to be the one of the most-visited beaches of India and is situated in 'Ville Parle'. It is located approximately 18 km from the city center and is a desired location for most film shootings. Juhu Beach borders a posh locality where most celebrities stay and therefore, it is quite common to find famous celebrities jogging along the sands of this popular beach of Mumbai. Tourists visit this beach because of its peaceful atmosphere and its scenic beauty. Juhu Beach is also famous for its local delicacies and street food. The food stalls set up here offer excellent cuisines and snack items. People in Mumbai visit this beach to relax and enjoy after a long, tedious day. There are extravagant hotels and apartments located at the southern end of the beach. Watching the sunset in this wonderful place, guarded by the vast Arabian Sea, is a dream-like vision for anyone who visits the beach. Try out the various local cuisines offered at the food stalls and snack joints set up at the beach. The street foods, such as 'Pani Puri', 'Bhel Puri' and 'Pav Bhaji' are just some of the many delicacies offered at the beach stalls.

  • Worli seaface :

Worli

Featuring picturesque surroundings that are characterised by endless blue waters of the Arabian Sea and distant Haji Ali Dargah, Worli Sea Face is a posh area in South Mumbai. It is a business district and a major residential area, inhabited mostly by affluent people. Extending from the Worli Fort in the north to Narayan Pujari Nagar in the south, this locality is a popular place of interest in the city. Famous for experiencing giant waves during monsoon season, it attracts locals and tourists alike throughout the year. Worli Sea Face features a number of significant attractions that include the Worli Fort, Haji Ali Dargah and Bandra-Worli Sea Link (Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link). Besides, there are a number of high-end restaurants and shopping outlets present.

 

 

 

 

  • Colaba social :

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    Great place to hang out with some friends. Do try Chili Paneer Black Pepper China BoxGrilled Chicken Peri Peri Sizzler,fried calamari , BBQ Chicken Sandwich,Nachos,Jalapeño cheese only wish that the quantity was better a bit! Very innovative place with amazing music! Lots of attentive wait staff . Full marks to the food and its presentation. Great place to finish off a tour of south Mumbai! Dim lights and music make this one a perfect place to have a relaxing weekend away from the hustle bustle of corporate world. You can simply not resist their funky menu. Sausage platter is good to start with.Juicy Lucy burger is a must try.They serve long island ice tea in a very very funky way. Everything looks different and refreshing here. The alcohol is relatively cheap. Not too expensive to burn a hole in your pocket , yet has a great crowd. These were some amazing places to visit in Mumbai to have a happening night out with your friends and family.

 

 

 

 

Mumbai is always awake, so let’s accompany it…