Ft Road, HAL II Stage, Indira Nagar
be surprised if you see women donned in dancing shoes and dressed to kill thronging
The Beach on a Wednesday night. For its ladies night out and
the girls are all out to have fun. What was a revelation for me was that the Beach
attracts even more number of men on Wednesdays. One neednt take an Einsteinish
guess to figure out why.
was there last Wednesday with my girlfriends and boy we sure did have a blast
Bitching, girl talk and dancing.
ambiance is that of Goa, very chilled out and laid back, and it helps set the
mood for the evening. They often spice up the evening by having theme parties
like retro, or bohemian. The liquor is on the house for all the ladies till 9.30pm
even after which the crowd doesnt cease drinking, neither does it stop more
people from flocking to the place.
evening kicks off with retro music and later transcends into hip-hop. Early on,
one would find couples fresh out of dance classes doing their little jig on the
floor. But later the rising crescendo and intoxicating concoctions gets the whole
place moving and grooving.
ought to be prepared to listen to hilarious pick-up lines and to take home a couple
of phone numbers for most men seem to readily hand out visiting cards. And if
youre lucky, youll still find young hopeful men ready to buy you drinks,
long after 9.30pm.
thought the ladies night was a sales kicking idea, besides partying on a Wednesday
gave me the much needed break from the daily mundane work. Come to think of it
Wednesday is such a strategic choice for throwing a party. Its the time
of the week when everyone is suffering from the mid-week syndrome. To attend a
ladies night out on Wednesday is a real spirit stirring (pun unintended) experience
for both sexes.
Beach became very popular during the World Cup Football when it was decorated
with the season's theme. Customers were injected with the Football Fever with
a large low goalpost complete with nets and footballs erected at the entrance.
Inside, adding to the charm of the beach scene, were flags of the competing teams.
cuisine is predominantly coastal. They serve a host of konkan delicacies, sizzelers
and succulent steak. They also dish out popular Chinese and Tandoori for those
with more traditional taste buds, although I wouldnt personally recommend
it. Despite a huge cover charge people still flock to the place during weekends,
because the music is great and the ambience is absolutely reviving. On Sundays,
The beach has a special brunch with unlimited beer for Rs.500. Heck! Expensive
or not no one is complaining as long as their beer mugs are getting filled faster
than its being emptied.
girls let your hair down and shake your booties a little harder for the tide is
high and the music just couldnt get better. And oh, dont mind the
boys. They just wanna watch.
Beach in a sip
Expensive (Rs 500 700 per head)
hat waiters, sand, coconut trees stumps for stools and great music, definitely
sets the tone for a Goan experience.
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