All the best things to do in Mumbai this weekend
Foodies and art mavericks, gear up
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.
Thirsty City 127’s first anniversary
Renowned Hong-Kong based bartender Suraj Gurung is all set to showcase his mixology mastery at Thirsty City 127’s first anniversary celebrations. Go for his great cocktails and stay for its innovative flavours. Our top picks are the Berry Picker and Ribston Apple.
Where: Thirsty City 127, Todi Mill, Lower Parel
When: November 9, 7pm onwards
Raj Shahani’s exhibition Caesura/Continuum
Ever observed dancers in motion? The fluid and lyrical movements are truly an art form in itself, and this forms the basis of Raj Shahani’s solo exhibition titled Caesura/Continuum. The New-York based artist captures the spirit of the human body in motion with 25 near-life size clay sculptures, which are bound to leave you mesmerised.
Where: Jehangir Art Gallery, 161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort
When: Until November 16
Hakkasan’s all-new menu
Hakkasan’s exciting brand new menu reflecting indigenous ingredients and native spices is just another reason to add the restaurant to your must-visit list. Its extensive array of vegetarian and seafood dishes will wow you. Our top picks are the lobster with black truffle sauce, spicy jackfruit dumpling and stir-fry lamb tenderloin with ginger.
Where: Hakkasan, Waterfield Road, Bandra (W)
When: 12pm-4 pm and 7pm-1am
Price: INR 2600 (approx for two)
Call: o22 61378005
The Masters of Today and Tomorrow
This eclectic art show features awe-inspiring work from India’s renowned creatives such as KG Subramanyan, a Padma Vibhushan winner and Badri Narayan, an artist, illustrator, author, story-teller. These acclaimed artists have come together to create a wonderful exhibit, the proceeds of which will be donated towards charitable endeavours.
Where: The A Club, One India Bulls, Tower 2A, 8th Floor, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel
Niladri Kumar in concert
Indian classical music mavens cannot miss Niladri Kumar’s concert of Morning Ragas. The fifth-generation sitarist is known for his soulful tunes, and this performance, in honour of his father and legendary musician,Pandit Kartick Kumar’s 83rd birthday, would be a power-packed way to start your Sunday morning.
Where: The Royal Opera House, Mathew Road, Opera House, Girgaon
When: November 10, 7:30am
Entry: INR 250 onwards, book here