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It’s October end already and everyone knows what that means!

Think Jack-o'-lanterns, weird costumes, spooky stories, Hocus Pocus repeats on Disney and graveyard visits- got it, right?! For those who don’t- we are actually talking about Halloween, the time of witches and spirits, the time to go trick or treating like in the Hollywood movies!

Halloween isn’t really celebrated in its full glory here, like in the other countries but to keep our spirits high, our city always finds a way to be inclusive! So this year if you’re in Jaipur and are looking to celebrate the wicked Halloween vibes, you gotta come over to the Iso Cafe and Bar, here at Tonk Road.

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On the 2nd of November, Iso Cafe and Bar is hosting a ‘Spook-Tacular Halloween’ party, 8 PM onwards and we see no good reason for you to skip out on this one!

Iso Cafe and Bar is a sprawling space where you can enjoy Jaipur’s nightlife with live music performances and partying on a Saturyay night here is straight out of a movie. You can let your hair down here, grab a couple of drinks while the music will amp up your mood!

Their bar is stocked with the best of booze, from all around and the multicuisine offerings have been the talk of the town since their inception here! When here and hungry, go for the Bukhara Fondue, Onion Rings, Blue Cheese Kulcha, Gourmet Italiano Pizza, Pastas and the fancy mocktails will totally do the trick for teetotalers.

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This partaaayyy is gonna be all about chill vibes, dope music and wickedly good grubs so gather up your besties and head over to this spook-party to get your freak on!

P.S. To make this even more fun, dress up on the lines of Halloween and you could even go as a zombie squad, with your friends!

Location: Hotel Bella Casa, 1st Floor, Ashram Marg, Tonk Road, Jaipur

When: November 2

Timings: 1pm – 1am

Cost: ₹1,600 for two people (approx.) with alcohol

For Reservations, call: +91-9772702211/44

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