When you have come all the way to Thippasandra in one of Bengaluru’s oldest districts, why not immerse yourself in local hang outs? Indeed, the Night Booze Bar is a hilarious site throughout its opening hours as most customers do not opt for sitting down and having a drink. Instead locals view this as something of a refreshment top-up joint. Whilst some might describe it as dingy, that’s part of its appeal and compliments the ever evolving atmosphere on the local streets.
It is not unusual to witness market stall workers or Auto Rickshaw drivers stroll by and down a shot of whisky before carrying on their daily duties. Whilst they order their drink, you may often hear them say ‘ek glassy’ meaning one whisky. It would be quite fitting to rename this place the ‘Ooze to Booze’ such is the higher turnover of regulars. Here local brands of spirits are the flavour of the day such as Antiquity whisky and you won’t see mainstream beers Kingfisher or Cobra being ordered so readily.
Furthermore there is an extensive food menu available, and should you feel in a daring mood, try the meat dishes such as Chicken 65. Indeed the quality of the source of produce cannot be guaranteed but the taste can be devouring as the night unfolds.
In summary, however many glassys or curries you desire, the Night Booze Bar is here to serve you.
Address: Night Booze Bar, 153 Beml Road, Thippasandra, Bengaluru, 560075
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