Let the chairs descend from luminescent ceilings to embrace your way in, let tables go up and make way for a jig tonight – well that’s the theatrical feel Social Nehru Place has. With a homogeneous anti-design theme running across the zany space – underlying brickwork peeping through distressed walls, Art Nouveau tiles almost passing of as Aesthetic Movement and Arts & Crafts period tiles decking the floor and dynamic recycled elements thriving on awe, Social pulsates stronger than the resonance overhead.
Come join us on a picturesque stopover
The RED HOT ENTRY
The mysteriously intense doorway intensifies the conviction of getting closer to somewhat incredible. The distraught red brick wall plastered with pamphlets for rentals and other inconsequential, or maybe not really so for only some, ads. Between gray shutters sits in conceit ‘Social Maal’ that in its makeshift humor sells the souvenirs and things you’d like to take back from your communal sojourn.
The teenyboppers consign themselves the bleachers to enjoy an unperturbed view of hobnob. Overlooking the swarm sitting on the numbered old-school benches harks back memory of watching a game in a stadium. It’s a clever seating arrangement – something that draws in a lot of interest. You could choose to savor the meal in one of the coveted giant Ferris wheel pods that swing when the metros on high whiz off.
Welcoming an eccentric mix of populace, Social serves the heavy-eyed philosophers, animated adults, clandestine lovers and geeky workers. A concealed space for the professionals with paraphernalia in place is packed with intellectuals or smart wits that’re busy trading designs and ingenious ideas.
Asli Social Band
Doubling-up as showy wedding band banners, this red hot Dj Console banner almost confirms its identity as singular and inimitable. The defunct computer parts are used as plants to deck up the console wall.
Cycle your way to the Bar
Cycle your way up to the bar and if you haven’t worked out for the day, this is your way out. Perch on these recycled chairs and let the mixologist inject some palatable drink up your system.
Address: R-1, Upper Ground Floor, Epicuria Food Mall, Nehru Place Metro Station, St Nagar East Of Kailash Rd, Nehru Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110019
This article is conceptualized and written by Saumya Chandel