Bandra can be expensive if you don’t know the correct places to hang out, according to your mood and budget! We’re major suckers for cafes and food sometimes becomes a secondary reason. Primarily, a lot of times, we search cafes and places alike to chill and hang out with our friends. Maybe on a weekend noon or just after work, to catch up on some coffee and gupshup while not spending a bomb while at it.

So we found this tiny yet unique performing arts cafe in Bandra which doesn’t serve you food but rather they serve live music, performances and a non-judgmental space for you to relax and refresh. All of this chilling here at the Qtube Cafe comes at NO cost and they provide free WiFi too, till 4pm and NO, we’re not kidding you!

Bean bags, diverse books, a space dedicated to chairs and tables with plug-in points, board games and simple musical instruments makes up the interiors here and it is all free of cost! Performances can be conducted by any artist who wishes to use the space to promote their work and even the space is rented out for free for ALL. So you can walk in with your friends and leave after hours, without paying a rupee but when it comes to food, you gotta grab your grub outside!

Passionately run by the volunteers at NSPA (Natural Streets For Performing Arts), the cafe is filled with talented artists from all walks of life. They regularly conduct workshops and there are performances too which will surely inspire the inner artist in you.

So what we’re saying is-

come, sip your cup of coffee and do your work, write, or just socialise with the others present here and it’ll be an evening well-spent. Stop by Qtube for a quick coffee while on a break or come and support the NSPA artists and watch their performance, which happens every day!

Location: Shop no. 3, Ground floor, Moray House, Next to TATA Power, S V Road, Bandra (W)

Timings: 11am - 8:30pm

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