Best Bars in Chandigarh : Chandigarh has many bars in its nearby locations. Bars culture is very much popular in tricity with new openings on many bars nearby.
Creating quite a flutter in the liquor connoisseur circles whisky 111 is an apt place to savour some rare Scotches, single malts and other labels sourced from all over he globe. The 29- seater cozy venue sees a bevy of people who swear by authentic and rare liquors.
As the name suggests, the place has as many as 111 brands including 74 single malts, three labels from Ireland , one from Canada, Thailand and Japan, the catch point is The last drop 1960 . Also there are seven brands of Kentucky Bourbon which can add to your text excitement.
Located at the mezzanine level, this plush place has wooden flooring with dark wood furniture. It also offers a sneak into the intriguing world of liquor with a consultant who will guide you about the variety of labels. For those who like to eat, there are special Indian as well as western appetizers.
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THE S LOUNGE
Chic and moreish, the lounge promises undiluted fun. If winged chairs here are instrumental in turning your rendezvous into a secret affair, there are comfy sofas and exclusive dance area for those who love exhibiting their soaring partying spirits. Strictly on couple entry, the place is choc-a-bloc on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The music here is commercial and Bollywood, besides Punjabi coming as a surprise element. With an array of cocktails, drinks and mocktails, it can turn out to be a refreshing outing.
Teetotalers can relish their Choco-cookie Shake and Strawberry Bliss; for liquor connoisseurs there’s a variety of high-end liquor varying from Scotch to vodka to single malts. One of the fastest moving items is Long Iceland Ice Tea (a concoction of vodka, rum, gin, tequila, coke and lime juice). Delicious snacks that goes well with the drinks are Bombay Duck (fish), Raan-e-Meherbaan, Tawa Chicken and Achari Chicken.
OOZE THE BRAHAUS
Brand new at the time of going to press, it will be interesting to see how this one pans out. Already, though there is the first microbrewery in the Tricity just a few doors away, Ooze already has its own identity and will no doubt attract its own clientele. The beers on offer here are Weiss (wheat) Ale and Stout. Pilsner will be offered from time to time, as will something called kolsch. The snacks are mainly of the western kind: nachos, fried chicken and cheese toasts. However, it is the beers that will win them plaudits: the flavours are well-developed and stand out individually from one another.
Peddlers at Hotel Heritage sure knows how to pull in the crowd. DJs playing loud foot-tapping, entertaining the (mostly) young crowd who are in the mood to unwind and looking to have fun, theme nights and looong Happy Hours (10.30am to 12.45am, with a buy-one-get-one-free offer, except Fridays when the place shuts down at 10pm). Wednesdays and Karaoke Nights, Thursdays are Open Mic Nights (you can crack jokes, sing, mimic, etc) and on Fridays celeb singers from chandigarh entertain the crowd.
On some Saturdays, celeb DJs are brought in from delhito further pep up the mood. Blaring hip hop, latest Bollywood and English Rock does force one to up their vocal pitch. Talking of pitch…pitcher, they suggest the LIIT pitcher (Rs.1,050/- you pay for four glasses and get four glasses worth free), or the Canvassers among cocktails, while the usual hard drinks — single malts, vodka, rum, brandy do the rounds among the more serious drinkers.
Or, you could try the Flaming Lamborghini or their popular mocktails: Italian Smooch, Kiwi Crust. As accompaniments to your drink, order the Chilli Pepper Prawn, Grilled Fish or Veg Platter (assorted vegetables like broccoli, baby corn, mushroom and paneer).