Luxurious Hangouts : Henry's at Le Meridien, Capitol at Ashok
Freaking Joints : The Mezz, Djinns, Turquoise Cottage
Discotheques : Annabelles, Elevate, Decibel
Cool Outdoors : India Gate
Although like Mumbai or Goa, Delhi nightlife is not that happening and rocking yet it has its own charm. With the development of Delhi and NCR as a great travel hub, the nightlife in Delhi has also gained prominence. Bring out the dancer in you while rejuvenating yourself with favorite world class cocktails and parties in the rocking night clubs of Delhi that have an attraction of their own.
Nightlife , Delhi
|Famous Discotheques :||Capitol
- Ashoka Hotel, Chanakyapuri.
Highlights Two Dancing Floors, Flamboyant Bar Tenders, Hip Dj's.
Timings 8 pm to 1 am.
Cj's Le Meridien
Highlights Ladies Night on Tuesday and Thursday.
Timings 10 pm to 2 am.
Djinns Hyatt Regency, Bhikaji Cama Place.
Highlights Has Live Brands Each Night.
Timings 6 pm to Midnight.
My Kind of Place Taj Palace Hotel, Sardar Patel Marg.
Highlights Biggest Dance Floor in the City.
Timings 9.30 pm. to 12.30 am.
|Famous Rock Discotheque :||Mezz at Community Center in New Friend's Colony.|
|Most Famous Hangout :||Shopping Malls in Noida, Connaught Place, Greater Kailash, Defense Colony.|
|Don't Miss :||Paneer Pakoras (Cottage Cheese Fries) Served with Coriander Sauce at Janpath.|
|Most Famous Cuisine :||Shawarma, a Lebanese Delight at Al Baik at Community Center in New Friends Colony.|
|Must Try :||Savouring Silver Foil Wrapped Delicious 'Paan' (Beetel Leaf) in the Cigarette Shops Available Practically Everywhere.|
|Evening Theatre :||For Classical and Cultural Performances Shri Ram Center for Performing Arts on 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Movie Theatres Present Practically in Each Area.|
|Must Visit :||The Dhaba (on Zafar Marg) that Offer Freshly Cooked Food in Minutes. Lie on the Jute Bed in Dhabas to Have the Real Feel.|
|Night Hunting :||Shopping for Tinkles, Handicrafts and Leather Purses at Sarojini Nagar.|
|Inside Tip :||Most of the discos have Specia Ladies Night. Some of the Discos are Closed on Specific Days. Reserve in Advance.|
After a hard day of sightseeing do you have the energy to dance the nights out? Want to have a couple of vodka shots..get it here in the hotel room. Or, the music i'm sure is going to be that old traditional Indians boast of! These can be some of the words that might get into your mind after you return to your hotel. But believe us, it's just a mirage. The nightlife of the capital city has swelled a million times and now you have enough bouqets just outside your hotel room to make up for a memorable nightout. Bustling bars, dazzling dance clubs, rocking retreats all call for a perfect day end. Or a good evening? It's all upon you to decide...
Delhi may pose no threat to Mumbai as the nightlife
capital of India, but still Delhites doesn't find a reason not to bang
their heads with the pulsating music of their choice after pouring in a
couple of their favourite beverages down the neck. Delhi's licensing laws
are being relaxed to encourage a culture of drinking beer in bars rather
than rocking down whisky at home. Chilled martinis served along with a
plate of mouth-watering kebabs make for a grand or rather Mughal startup.
Step inside the exquisite Mediterranean restaurant of 'Shalom' and you'll
be greeted by a serene cozy feeling that needs more adjective than there
is space here for. Whether it's the handplastered interiors of the
restaurant, the enchanting aroma, the burnt wood furnishings, handsome
craftsmenship, lounge music or the inspired beverages and cuisine,
everything here makes for a perfect nightout.
If you want to experience grandeur and opulent luxury floating around you, while you sip some of the best cocktails known to the world, plan a move to some of the 5 star lounges dotting the nightscape of Delhi. Go to 'Capitol', the latest and most happening place in town. Nestling in the cool pockets of Chanakyapuri, and amidst the opulence of Ashoka Hotel, Capitol pulsates with good music and delicious aroma after sunset. The Connaught at the Oberoi is a classy rooftop bar with live music and dancing from 8 pm to midnight. Don't miss the Cavalry Bar in north Delhi, a nice place for a gin and tonic in authentic British Raj surroundings.
Delhi Night Life
Want to listen to some Rock? Let your head bang with the
vibrating music at 'The Mezz', situated at the Community Centre in New
Friend's Colony. The DJ is good and you can also enjoy quite a few rounds
of pool while sipping glasses of chilled beer. Come outside and you will
be overwhelmed to see many delicious recipes dangling in front of you.
Don't miss the famous 'Shawarma', a lebanese preparation at Al Bake, that
will add a superb flavour to your palate. Take one of your evenings to
Djinns, the Island Bar of Hyatt, serving a myriad range of drinks and a
host of innovative cocktails and mocktails. The impressive show-kitchen
prides itself on whipping up Mediterranean and Lebanese specialities, such
as Shawarma and grilled meats. The mouth-watering fusion fare includes
such gems of modern invention as grilled tuna with onion kulcha, chicken
tikka rolled in naan and feta cheese and olives in roti; as well as the
tapas, hummus and taramasalata that twists the tongue in more ways than
If you're in the Qutab Minar area, spare out some time to visit the popular Turquoise Cottage. This smart Asian restaurant has turquoise walls, dark stone floors with turquoise tiles, wrought-iron furniture, contemporary chandeliers, and a fish tank or two that make for a wonderful ambience to enjoy. Start with an assortment of dim sum dumplings (mouthful-size portions of minced seafood, chicken, meat, or vegetables wrapped in handmade wontons and steamed). Then move on to a barbecue platter; it comes with spareribs, black-pepper crab, filet of sole, and spicy basil prawns. After you've eaten, join the young, hip crowd in the bar downstairs for some super-size vodka shots.
Despite Delhi's liberal licensing laws, most bars and discos are fiercely expensive at the five star hotels. Officially the legal entry age is 21, although entry to discos is generally restricted to members and hotel guests. The clientele is mostly young and rich indians, with a smattering of expatriates. The dress code is basically 'expensive brand name casual' - you can wear sneakers as long as they clearly cost a lot of money. But everywhere it is not like that. There are places where you can enjoy without even thinking about materialistic paranoia. Come over and relax, refresh yourself in a mindblowing matrix of colour, opulence, music and everything else.
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