Indulge in a safe drinking experience at these 6 bars in Lucknow!

Shout a loud hallelujah because the bars are finally open!

It's been too long since we've gotten absolutely sloshed with our squad, at our favourite bars and pubs here in the city. The relentless dancing, nibbling on yummy finger foods and drinking bottoms up, now seems like a distant memory! But we've some good news for all those who've been yearning to travel back in time with their buddies. Shout a loud hallelujah because the bars are finally open and you can once again splurge on a safe drinking experience.

Molecule Air Bar

Since the day it has opened up its doors in Lucknow, Molecule Air Bar has always been one of our favourite picks out of all the party hubs in our city! The progressive cuisine with craft cocktails, the chill vibes and oh, THE VIEW during the evenings, absolutely has our hearts. So to make you gasp with excitement, Molecule is once again welcoming its patrons to its realm and it goes without saying, they're ensuring your absolute safety!

Boombox Bar Xchange

Boombox Bar Xchange is one of India's most premium resto-bars and starting from the very first day, it has amped up the nightlife scenes of Lucknow. Mostly our weekends used to be spent here- the view of the city from the 13th floor while chugging and sipping our patent drinks, gave us a different kinda high! So now to relive the pre-corona times, you can come over with your gang and be assured that Boombox is taking all the necessary precautions to keep you healthy.

Munick Bistro & Bar

Munick Bistro & Bar ranks high on our checklist of go-to party places in Lucknow and it is such a joy to know that we can again chill here with our buddies, over good food and daaru of course! Their sanitised kitchens and top-notch hygiene are no strangers to us so start chalking out your plans already, without a worry.

Cafe Mocha

We've been craving for Cafe Mocha's LIITs for so long and now, FINALLY we'll get to drink up till we're rolling drunk again! To maintain their A1 hygiene levels, they're equipped with daily thermal checks and of course, the premises are being regularly sanitized for your safety and careless fun! Head here ASAP and kick aside your throwback posts.

The Tipsy Trunk

The Tipsy Trunk is our preferred place when around Alambagh and this fun spot gives us vibes to remember! T3 offers some really good choices of drinks and when coupled with their peppy playlists, it becomes THE place to be at. They're lifting their shutters too and for an exciting evening with your buddies, just step in here. Also, you have nothing to worry about when it comes to hygiene & safety.

The Drowning Street

TDS offers a pocket-friendly menu and it has been a part of Lucknow's food and nightlife scenes for quite sometime. It is a name which is synonymous with trust and safety for us! They've been undertaking all the necessary measures to ensure that your happy face stays the same. So if you've been meaning to step out, give TDS a thought and we're sure that you wouldn't be disappointed!

Knock Knock

So get textin' and callin' because these 6 places in Lucknow are definitely where you'd want to be. But do remember to take personal precautionary measures as well, so do not forget to carry your sanitizers and masks along. Even at the slightest sign of cough or fever, please stay in till you feel better.

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