Mid-week weekend craving is a disease that we all suffer from. The urge to rush towards the weekend and take a break already is something that ails us all. To see our friends, hangout with people from work or just chill with a glass of wine or a beer is often something that we need to push us further in the week.

So if you’ve been having second thoughts about where to go and what to do, for this mid-week session, head to Bombay Cocktails Bar and say buh-bye to all the indecisions.

The interiors here are classic, leather couches and rustic brown furniture give you an extremely relaxed vibe as well as do well to give a classic yet elegant feel to the interiors. The bar is perfect for an impromptu session with friends where you gather around a booth, with a few drinks in hand and bitch about the boss or your work.

It is also one of the best places to find yourself a few good cocktails, as the name would suggest. The tipsy kala khatta and the spiced cucumber martini will refresh you right off, while the Nomayo and Saveur will give you the much needed kick.

We would suggest ordering the classics and the BCB special cocktails with a ton of finger food.

Speaking of food we would also recommend getting a platterful of crispy fried fish fingers, creamy butter prawns, coriander prawn bites, a dish of pasta or a big pizza to share over the beers. The food here is quite good, so you wouldn’t go wrong with the classics.

While in the evenings the bar is alive with music, alcohol and people, yet in the afternoon, the aroma of freshly baked breads and curries waft the bar. SO be it an office lunch, a meetup with friends or a just ‘something casual over drinks’, Bombay Cocktail Bar is the place to be at.

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