A city in India is popular because of a few things – restaurants, historic artefacts, cultural value, educational and commercial hubs and joints for recreation. So when we talk about some of the best night clubs in the country, we compile a list of premium, celebrity owned places that you must visit once in your lifetime. These include family-friendly diners and uber-chic lounges. Have you been to any of these yet? Check them out.
Lap, The Lounge by Arjun Rampal
Popular for being one of its kind, Arjun Rampal’s discotheque, Lap, The Lounge was launched in 2009 in Delhi. It has been a good spot for individuals above 18 for good music, live music and even dancing, having attracted major Bollywood celebrities at one time as well.
Crepe Station Cafe by Dino Morea
Who remembers actor Dino Morea? His adorable face definitely paved the way for something sweet and adorable as well – a crepe cafe in the heart of Mumbai. Crepes are famous breakfast and dessert choices. At the time when this was launched, there were not much individual crepe places in India. Thanks to Morea, Mumbai has one of its own that sells sweet and savoury crepes, and is open for takeaways as well.
Someplace Else by Bobby Deol
A great combition of Indian and Chines, Bobby Deol’s Someplace Else is located in Andheri, Mumbai. Its interiors speak of a rustic quality that is overlayed with some fine Bollywood and English beats. Enjoy two different cuisines in one over a nice lunch, or dinner with friends and family.
Club Royalty by Shilpa Shetty
This uber classic pub in Mumbai is owned by Shilpa Shetty Kundra. It is definitely premium and chic, with an Indo-Renaissance style that makes it exquisite right from the entrance. Enjoy a night dancing with friends over good appetisers and some great mixers.
Hype by DJ Aqeel
DJ Aqeel is quite popular in India, especially in Delhi. Hype, owned by Aqeel, is one of the posh clubs in the vicinity, home to a number of Bollywood A-listers. You can only get in through an invite, and you will be awestruck with its trippy interiors, night light and ofcourse Aqeel’s popular music.