Daily All Day, Koregaon Park While the cynical media today focuses only on news which propagates animosity and world weariness, The Daily chooses to highlight what is easy to overlook – The Good.   A simple yet toothsome spread in a resplendent ambience surrounded by a collection of good news from all over the world.  Read  ‘Positive vibes’ come alive on a whole new level at The Daily. The brand[…]

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lotd pune

Lord Of The Drinks, Pune Lord of the Drinks is a brand which needs no exordium. The much acclaimed chain from Delhi is now here to level up Pune’s Nightlife. The brand owned by the suave Priyank Sukhija is a label comprehending drinks, a sleek ambience and a cornucopia of fusion food curated by a team of highly skilled and renowned chefs. I ain’t someone who can guide you to[…]

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Raasta Pubtown, Ishanya Mall With an Afro Faced Quirky Theme, Raasta has always propagated a culture fondly known as ‘Being Rastafarian’ inspite of the varied ambience and moods of each of its Cafes.  They’ve given us a swanky rooftop, a vintage garage and an open backyard ground in its recent years of operations. This time it’s not just another Café but a pulsating Pub. Raasta joins the league of hot-shot[…]

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Dokk, Dhole Patil Road For now, DOKK remains a place which is yet to realize its full potential. Located at Dhole Patil Road – which was known for being the first pub-hub of the city and the earliest spots to reach out for a buzzing nightlife,  has unfortunately witnessed a massive drop in footfall. With countless pubs and bar launches in the city, Pune is slowly and steadily heading towards[…]

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SOUK, Salunke Vihar Road Souk, the brand new pursuit of Brand Cafe Arabia is a standalone cafe cum restaurant dishing up some exclusive Lebanese and Middle Eastern Cuisine. The menu is more than just an extension of the food listicle served at Cafe Arabia. We have a unique line up of Turkish Pides, peculiar mezze and some exotic desserts. The word SOUK is the Arabic word for a marketplace. The[…]

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Irish House Pune

The Irish House -Nitesh Hub, Koregaon Park The ‘Legendary Ales’ accompanied by the ‘Gift of the Gab’ are two of the most renowned stereotypes of being Irish. A nation exalted in extending their warmth and hospitality, of course with an overwhelming sense of humour, The Irish House in Pune delivers without a clinch. The second outlet of The Irish House in Nitesh Hub, Koregaon Park opened to public with aplomb.[…]

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estroso

ESTROSO  Estroso – Wood Fired Pizza is a relatively new pizzeria on the block, serving some scrumptious comfort food, well yeah Pizzas (read WOOD FIRED and NEAPOLITAN). The drive to Wadgaonsheri, call it the obscure extension to Kalyani Nagar is not an easy feat but, the zeal to explore and devour unique picks in the city is above all else. The place is a 10-12 seater, run off the mill[…]

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BMG Unplugged No, I am not a woman of slangs and acronyms but some experiences can be best elucidated in such ‘new age’ lingo. If you’ve had enough of the ‘KP-Mundhwa’ and ‘Baner-Balewadi’ spheres in the city then Amanora houses a rather gigantic surprise. BMG Unplugged is a compelling new catch in the city. Currently, thronged by office troupes (courtesy its proximity to the Magarpatta commercial hub), BMG has definitely[…]

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independence brewing company

Independence Brewing Company, Mundhwa Why would you go to a brewery if you don’t drink? I am asked this question, often in a condescending tone. My unabashed answer to which always remains, “I go for the food.” A brewery or a brewing company, by definition is a business of making and selling beer. While the setup is in contrast to a bar, where ‘finger food’ or inadvertently the ‘chakhna’ are[…]

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1bhk

1 BHK, Baner The authenticity of butter chicken has inarguably faced the most twisted logic of all times. While the ‘real butter chicken’, that which originated in Punjabi households up North is anything but sweet. The synonymity with ‘Butter Chicken’ and ‘Sweetness’ is a result of severe migration and every region trying ‘their own’ version of this dish. While a lot is lost and amidst the realms of confusion, 1[…]

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