Things-To-Do: Sales Meet World Food
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If you have come looking for things to do in Mumbai for the coming week, you have come to the right place. Carry on reading through our listing below and you may find something interesting you want to do.
Shops & Sales
13th July onwards: AA Living is a home decor store at Nepean Sea Road which is offering 70% off on select merchandise and 10% off on new stock, all in the kids section.
GUESS has an end of season sale in its Palladium outlet which will let you pick up accessories like watches, handbags and jewellery at up to 50% discount.
Bracialeto has ushered in a special monsoon collection of vibrant and trendy rings and earrings. They are priced at Rs. 900 and upwards.
Mochi has introduced a new ‘Classic Collection’ of clutches, purses and handbags which are perfect to compliment your formal attire.
FCUK has introduced a limited edition of Batman tees starting at their exclusive stores across the country. The tees start from Rs. 1, 499.
Get cosmetic, spa and beauty products for men and women from Premier Dead Sea. Check out the products on their website. You can email at email@example.com to place an order.
Pick up apparel for your toddlers from Nee & Oink, a kidswear label. You can find their products at Atosa (Bandra), Chamomile (Palladium) and Mal (Juhu and Colaba).
Food & Drink
13th July: Palladium will have another one of its World Food Friday’s this week with the theme Health Food. The fare will be provided by Dolce Vita.
MoMo Cafe has introduced a new buffet with new prices which can be enjoyed any time of the week. The prices for the buffet are as below (all prices are exclusive of taxes):
Monday to Friday – Lunch: 1,000. Dinner: 1,100.
Saturday – Lunch: Rs. 777. Dinner: Rs. 888.
Sunday – Lunch: Rs. 1,050. Dinner: Rs. 1,400.
Events and Shows
13th July: Catch the documentary, Music Mirror – Khyala: A Musical Journey with Zakir Hussain at Little Theatre, NCPA. The screening will start at 6:30 pm and seating is on first-come-first-served basis. The documentary brings forth various dimensions of khyal gharanas and includes explanantions by Ravi Shankar and Zakir Hussain accompanied by performances from various great artistes. For more details, click here.