If you’ve ever wondered what combining food with a splash of culture feels like, attending a food festival must be a priority on your bucket list. This weekend, the members of Club 90s offer you an entertainment-packed event you’ll cannot afford to miss— Lucknow’s first all-vegetarian food festival! This two-day fest, called The Grub Hub, will be an extravaganza of flavours, revelry and cultural explosion all under one roof.
Why you shouldn’t miss the Grub Hub:
1. The hub for some of the best grub
A lip-smacking variety of global vegetarian cuisine, ranging from Indian flavours of Rajasthan and Gujarat to the international ones of Italian and Chinese, to name a few. Be it dishes from food trucks or a fine dine menu, this fest will serve it all.
2. Gigs and performances to set the vibe
The fest is bound to be a treat not only to your palate but also to your ears and your humour as some of the most talented performers take the stage to spice up your weekend. Let your stress take a backseat while you enjoy some brilliant live band performances and stand-up comedies ever witnessed in Lucknow.
3. Open mic for the latent talent
The Grub Hub also offers an open mic platform for all those with an artistic expression to come forth and voice it on an informal public forum. Lucknow is the land of artistes brimming with cultural expression, and poets, singers, rappers, storytellers and all those with something to share are free to take the stage and give wings to their local talent.
4. A food fight for the inner masterchef
Fight head to head in this heated event, a pressure test to showcase your prized culinary skills. Grab some knives and get chopping, for stakes will not be low in this exciting food fight.
5. Two days of satisfied stomachs and absolute fun
The Grub Hub is bound to be one of the best events the city has hosted in a while, with some of the city’s popular chefs, comedians, and performers attending it. For all food lovers and culture enthusiasts, there’s no better way to have a more memorable weekend than this.
6. Empowering a cause
Working for a cause is immensely important and in view of the same, Grub Hub has associated itself with Ehsaas and Study Hall Educational Fund (SHEF), with a pledge to donate books during the course of the entire fest.
7. Grub Hub in association with
The debut members at Grub Hub have partnered with Knocksense, Uber, Fashion Herald, and PETA, for the successful execution of this crazy vegetarian food festival. They have also taken the initiative to promote local youth talent through their event.
A milestone in the long road down the food festival lane, The Grub Hub is sure to make a significant mark, if only you don’t forget to mark your calendars.
Date: 15th-16th July
Venue: Sangeet Natak Academy, Gomti Nagar