Head To These Open Air Bars in Bangalore This New Year's Eve
Come New Year's Eve and we're all stuck in a dilemma. Where do we head to celebrate? Open air bars would make a lovely place to ring in the next year. Here is a list of open air places in Bangalore.
The newest Social to join the pub circuit in Bangalore, Koramangala Social is two floors of super fun. The terrace area is large and comes equipped with a bar. A perfect place to sit back and enjoy the fireworks this New Years.
Located in 1 MG mall, Tao Terraces can satisfy your craving for some pan-asian dining under Bangalore’s sky. They are also known for their Sunday Sundowners. Party it up underneath the Bangalore skies.
Fenny’s is an all-rounder when it comes to food, drink and ambience. With good music playing in the background and the steady hum of its customers, Fenny’s is the place to have a good, relaxed time. Although it does get crowded from time to time (who can you blame, these guys are that popular!) the ambience is on point and would make for a romantic New Years Eve. Located in Koramangala.
The place to be if you want to try out some good Japanese food. Shiro's ambience and interiors are incomparible. They promise a zen-like dining experience to all their clients. Located in UB City. The terrace area comes with a bar and a dance floor. Perfect to dance away those end of year blues.
An island in the middle of busy and happening Indiranagar, Bricklane Grill immediately enamours your with its all-white interiors and chic ambience. Our recommendation for a romantic night out – a table by the pool. Head here for a romantic end of the year with your loved one.
HIGH has lived up to its name and reputation for being the city's most sought after place to hang out with your friends. They were also recently awarded with the title "Best Lounge Bar".
Located in The World Trade Center, Malleshwaram.
Located on Residency road, Bang is the highlight at the Ritz Carlton. Bang is the new place to be and is often frequented by celebs. What better way to start the New Years?