From a crazy blend of dine and wine to a dim light dance you can have it all in the city that never sleeps. Here are 7 late night experiences in Mumbai that will make a chill run in your spine.
A glorified open-air kitchen on wheels, Bademiya sits in a backstreet directly behind the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.
Mid-Night Buffet & all night Opa Bar, Peninsula Grand Hotel
Posh sofas and lounge chairs, neon blue lights, crystal chandeliers, colourful walls are what define this happening cafe at the Peninsula Grand. Check their fine dining experiences & famous midnight buffet.
A visit to Marine Drive
For those who are hopelessly romantic this is the Mecca for them. The strong breeze, the waves hitting the rocks on the shore, and people enjoying not only the view but also the street food is a sight to experience.
Midnight Buffet, The Bayview Restaurant – Hotel Marine Plaza
Located at the end of Marine Drive in Mumbai, it is a perfect place to lay back at night and relax with a calming view of the Arabian Sea. What else? This midnight buffet in place.
Exo, the night club, St Regis
Set within the The St. Regis, EXO is a luxurious bar where you can unwind with friends after a long day. Soak in the picturesque views of the city from the wall to ceiling length windows as you sip on your favourite drink.
Midnight Buffets & Cocktail, The Square, Novotel
From the North Indian, Italian, Mughlai, Continental cuisines ensuring there is something to satisfy every palate. The sea-facing outdoor seating arrangement is sure to charm you and cocktails served with night buffets is all you need there.
Bhagvati Pav Bhaji, Kandivali West
With the right amount of spices and perfect for any palate of Pav Bhaji, this place is open till 1 am in the night. Famous for its delicious lip smacking food, the place is the late nighters’ paradise.
So, what’s the plan at 2 tonight?
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