Like most people, if you too are looking for a place where you can do the tango, gulp on a few drinks & have the best time while entering a new decade, we have just the thing for you!

Lucknow's favourite party spot, The Flying Sauce has come up with an awesome New year's Eve party with unlimited booze, unlimited starters and great dance music. If you're not a part of this party, well what are you even doing?

Unlimited is the word!

While some parties in the city will have you drinking a few shots and will offer a few food options in exchange of a couple thousand bucks, The Flying Saucer Cafe will be all in with its exclusive range of premium alcohol, unlimited starters and much more!

The peeps here are offering UNLIMITED Chivas 12, Jamesons, Ballentine's, absolute, Jacob's Creek Red and White AND Unlimited starters! Which means you get your fill of the premium alcohol all night long, without a hitch and food so good you'll want to lick your fingers after!

All of this, in just under 7k for couples, 6k for male stags, 3.5k for female stags.

Plus, you will also have the opportunity to mingle with the finest gentry as The Flying Saucer Cafe is known for its cream crowd, with great energy and amazing music. You should be well prepared for a night worth remembering and an awesome beginning of the year to come!

Knock Knock

With so much to offer and so much to look forward to, The Flying Saucer Cafe is the place to be this New Year's Eve. So make sure to book your tickets, call your pals and have the time of your life!

Date: 31st December 2019

Price: Couple 6999 | Male stag 5999 | Female stag 3499

Venue: The Flying Saucer Cafe, Rohtas Presidential Arcade, Adjacent Decathlon, Vibhuti Khand Lucknow

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