All the best things to do in Mumbai this weekend
Brunches, plays, and a spa sesh!
There’s never a dull day in the city of dreams. Here, we curate the best events taking place this weekend so you can make the most of your downtime. Take a friend along, make it a date, or go by yourself—there’s plenty to soak in.
Marvel at the Sunday Brunch Feast
Do brunch right at Oi-Kitchen & Bar, which sets up a Mexican street style taco-bar on Sundays and hosts live music performances. Gorge on homemade tortillas with fillings of Guajillo paneer, spicy red beans, BBQ pulled duck and asado chicken. Pick from options like honey chipotle prawns, sweet potato croquettes and Chile chicken popcorn, or opt for an à la carte menu. Sip on sugar-free cocktails or live it up by calling for bottomless Margaritas.
Where: Oi-Kitchen & Bar, Gabbana House, 15th Road, Opp Toyota Showroom, Khar (W)
When: July 21, 12pm to 5pm
Price: INR 2500 for two (approx)
Call: 022 61736253
A Few Good Men
Catch Aaron Sorkin’s masterpiece under the direction of Nadir Khan at the fifth edition of Aadyam, an annual theatre initiative. A riveting courtroom drama, A Few Good Men follows the trial of two US Navy mariners accused of murdering one of their own. The play stars Ira Dubey, Danish Hussain, Ashwin Mushran, among others.
Where: St. Andrew’s Auditorium, Mumbai
When: July 20 & 21, 4pm and 7:30pm
Price: INR 300 – 1,250
Hot Stone Therapies
The season calls for a little TLC. Pamper yourself silly with a spa treatment that’ll leave you feeling fresh and rejuvenated. Spa by JW at JW Marriott Sahar is offering three Hot Stone Therapies that’ll drive away those monsoon blues. A Swedish Massage that is completed with Basalt hot stones makes for the perfect way to unwind and refresh your senses (and your muscles). The spa offers a regular hot stone massage, an exfoliating massage, and a foot reflexology massage, all using the special stones—pick whatever tickles your fancy.
Where: JW Marriott, Sahar
When: Ongoing, 8am – 4am
Price: INR 4999 onwards
Call: 022 2853 8791
Art lovers, you can’t miss major retrospective of the Madras Art Movement which showcases the works of K Ramanujam, L Munuswamy and KCS Paniker, among others. Curated by Dr. Ashrafi S Bhagat, the exhibition explores the movement’s search for a language of modernity that was rooted in the region and not dependent on others in India or around the world.
When: July 21 to October 12, 11am to 7pm (except Sundays)
Where: DAG, VB Gandhi Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort
Call: 022 4922 2700
Head to The Foodhall Cookery Studio, a one-of-its-kind experiential kitchen, to try your hand at new recipes, at no charge. Bring your own ingredients (or pick up some from the store) and feel free to use the space and equipment to whip up a meal. Or you could learn a new dish from the chef onboard for INR 500. The availability of the studio will be announced on social media.
When: July 20 onward
Where: Foodhall, Linking Road, Santacruz (W)
Call: 97694 41711