Lucknow has been the hotbed of newness in the recent past and the nightlife has become increasingly lit, with fancy clubs and pubs steadily mushrooming around us. Making this legion of nightclubs in the city, even more hep and happening, is one of our weekend favourites- Farzi Cafe.

With a sprawling space coupled with kick-ass music, mood lighting and a brilliant selection of food and beverages, Farzi is where you should go if you're in the mood to shake a leg!

Farzi Nights for Couples!

They're also ushering in the concept of Farzi Nights in Lucknow, which would span over from Friday to Sunday, 10 PM onwards and we can only imagine the wild fun it'll be.

But that's not all. Farzi Nights are meant exclusively for couples and there is a dress code too. The couples have to be dressed in formals, which means stilettos and shoes have to be worn by the attendees here! Stags won't be permitted inside, after 10, during Farzi Nights.

A tastefully done up nightclub, with a variety of seating arrangements and a fully stocked bar, Farzi's décor is alluring enough to make you stay a little longer. Farzi Cafe gives us the true taste of clubbing in the city so if you're thinking of chilling out, you should give this locale a thought.

The entire space is packed with a set of amiable staff and glam-chic aesthetics, which breathes a refreshing break and our weekend plans seem a lil' sorted now.

Farzi's playlist also deserves a special mention; if you're a music aficionado, you'd know what we're talking about! They always host the best DJs in town and no matter what mood you're in, their playlist can even amp up an empty room.

30 kinds of LIITs & Exclusive Winter Drinks!

Farzi's USP right now would definitely be their 30 sorts of exotic LIITs and exclusive winter drinks. Trust us, these drinks are completely worth our time, money and all the hype they come with! On their beverage menu, you can expect to find EggNog, HotToddy, Mulled Wine and so much more- which will have you coming back, time and again this season.

All of this awesomeness comes with pocket-friendly pricing and the service too, makes you feel like an inherent part of the Farzi family here in Lucknow! With their LIIT offerings too, seems like Farzi Cafe has taken an oath to keep us happy high this season.

Knock Knock

So if you're in Lucknow and have been chalking out plans to indulge in a night of wild fun and sumptuous fare, Farzi Night is the right way to do it. With upbeat playlists, absolute lit party vibes and the best of contemporary grubs, this nightclub has won our hearts and how!

Location: Ground Floor, Rohtas Summit, Vibhuti Khand, Lucknow

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