Things-To-Do: Easter Brunches And Chocolates

It’s Easter Week and it should be another extended weekend for most people. If you are looking for something to do this weekend and the following week, look no further. Just read through our concise listing for a few options around the city.

Shopping

13th April – 15th AprilSerenity Blissful Living has its annual sale with discounts on different home decor accessories.

Food

7th & 8th AprilMocha will be baking a carrot cake to feed all the hungry souls. Manchester United Cafe Bar has a special festive menu for the two days with 3 and 4 course meals.

8th April – Easter Sunday! There are great big feasts at Irish House and Lotus Cafe which can be enjoyed with or without alcohol. The same goes for the Easter Sunday Brunch at Corleone, which also has a special package for children. Easter Sunday Brunches also feature at Momo Cafe and at Le Pain Quotidien, which has unlimited wine and beer.

You could also pick up Belgian chocolate Easter Eggs from Le Pain Quotidien and special Easter hampers from Bombay Baking Company and Leonidas.

 

Nightlife

6th AprilCool Chef Cafe announces Bawa’s Night featuring food and drinks of an essentially Bawa nature. It begins at 9 pm and has a cover charge of Rs. 300 which will get you one alcoholic or non alcoholic beverage.

7th AprilBonobo presents a Smash Up! night featuring DJ Ruskin and DJ RayG from 9 pm onwards.

8th April – Head back to Cool Chef Cafe where Karaoke Night begins at 7 pm and carries on until 10 pm.

 

Events and Shows

5th April to 6th AprilNCPA presents the third edition of Saz-e-Bahar – the Festival of Indian Instrumental Music that features instruments from different categories. It is a two-day festival that starts on 5th April, 2012 at 6:30 pm at the Experimental Theatre. Call on 66223724/66223754 to book tickets or visit the official NCPA website.

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