A prominent member of the hep and happening bandwagon of restobars in town, The Tipsy Trunk has been on our radar since it's launch last year. One of our go-to spots in the Alambagh area, T3 has been serving us with the best of music, grubs and vibes!

To make it all even better, The Tipsy Trunk has introduced a Ladies Night and Retro themed Sunday and we've got the exclusive details covered for your next plans!

What's New?

Boasting of a ritzy bar space with a serving of chill vibes on the side, T3 has introduced two great offers, keeping the Lucknowi ladies and the elderlies in mind.

On Fridays, ladies can avail free drinks, owing to the new Ladies Night offer which they've just launched! This means, you should be making your Friyayyy plans right away with the girl squad and we see no excuse for you to miss out on this one.

For your Saturdays too, T3 should be your pick because of the amazing DJ nights they host and of course if you wanna get a taste of kick-ass clubbing, this is one of the best in the area.

Unlike other pubs and bars, which focuses only on the youth and their definition of fun, T3 is setting a unique example by bringing ol' school back in fashion. On Sundays, they'll be hosting a retro theme, focused on the elderly so you can bring your gramp and gran along for this one! This will also give you a chance to spend some time with them, in an all-new setup, which goes beyond the four walls of your home.

Soon T3 will also be launching a membership card, which will come with its perks and we can't wait to get our hands on this privilege!

Knock Knock

With desi and global beats to keep your foot tappin', a craftily curated menu to shush the rumbles and a glam-chic ambience for the ultimate feel-good factor, T3 is the place to be.

So if you have a date pending with bae or just wanna come over with your girl gang for a bottomless daaru party, we see nothing better than T3 for your moods; head over ASAP!

Location: B-76, Sector B, LDA Colony, Kanpur Road, opposite Phoenix Mall, Lucknow- 226012

Timings: 11am – 11pm

Cost: ₹800-1000 for two people (approx.)

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