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Chug drinks at ₹200 while cheering for India this World Cup at The Drowning Street in Lucknow
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Chug drinks at ₹200 while cheering for India this World Cup at The Drowning Street in Lucknow

Akanksha Singh

Akanksha Singh

The Drowning Street in Lucknow is known to be one of the biggest party destinations, especially with the plethora of cocktails and mocktails they offer. The restaurant exemplifies what essentially a “tasteful way of partying” is and we’ve found no-one in the city who does it better.

With the World Cup on and the cricket season in full swing, The Drowning Street is making an offer, you can’t refuse. Watch India chase victory with during the live screening at The Drowning Street, while enjoying their drinks at just ₹200. And by drinks, we mean- all of them! Be it mocktails, cocktails, hard drinks, the offer is valid on everything but only during India’s WC matches. So what are you waiting for? Head to TDS this Sunday to enjoy India vs Australia match.

Chug drinks at ₹200 while cheering for India this World Cup at The Drowning Street in Lucknow

Now, listen up, the offer allows us to get any alcoholic, non alcoholic beverage and drink for just 200 bucks! How cool is that?

So if you are a teetotaller and are looking for a refreshing virgin mojito or a booze-head like us who craves a good ol’ pitcher of Margarita, at The Drowning Street you’ll find it all. We recommend ordering The Drowning Masala, Swimming Pool and Pomme the second in the mocktail section and any one of the amazing iced teas.

Chug drinks at ₹200 while cheering for India this World Cup at The Drowning Street in Lucknow

So gulp down, beat the heat and let the tempers flare because cricket is so much more than just a sport and there really is, a proper way to enjoy it all. Plus, if you are looking to have a pretty good time, get yourself a special Dubai sheesha, order some amazing dishes to complement your drinks and have yourself a pretty darn good World Cup party.

P.S. The offer is valid only during India’s World Cup matches.