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These 5 places in Connaught Place among best to hangout with your squad

Updated: Nov 30, 2016 18:13 IST      
These 5 places in Connaught Place among best to hangout with your squad

New Delhi [India], Nov 30 (ANI): Connaught Place In New Delhi is one of the expensive markets of the world and it is also one of the most-visited places in the city.

The place hosts several restaurants, cafes and bars, however only few have managed to get the attention they deserve.

Here are the five best hangout places in Connaught Place where you must go at least once:

Lord of the Drinks

There is no other place that can be better than this, if a terrace bar is what you are in search for. A cornered bar with a huge space plus seating on various levels. As the name suggests, the place shower some great drinks in the area with a specially designed menu on sushi. With the White Tree of Gondor there are three helmets as soon as you enter, that will slightly give you a memory of Lord of the Rings movie. All in all becomes a must visit for every taste bud in the city.

Opening Hours - 11 AM - 12:45 AM

Cost - 2000 for Two

Where - G-72, 1st Floor, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

{Niche} - Cafe & Bar

Known for their Aged Whiskey's, {Niche} is a trendy yet chic cafe that specializes in global food and in-house aged malts. The intention behind {Niche} is to bring flavours from every corner of the world to the plates of Indian connoisseurs with concepts never seen before. With 20 seater long island bar and a stage supporting aerial acts, it has become a must for every Friend Gang in the city. {Niche} deal in smacking modern progressive fusion food & cocktails, plus are well known for their innovative gastronomy dishes. Doing this all in a pocket friendly way {Niche} has won hearts from all the ages.

Opening Hours - 11 AM - 1 AM

Cost - 1500 for Two

Where - 2nd & 3rd Floor, M-16, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

Tamasha

With a muscular Transformer's Truck at the entrance, this place offers some exceptional open air seating in the area. Inspired from a filmy name, Tamasha has itself become a success story as it is highly followed by the Young Guns of Delhi.. The place also comes with ample space of Valet Parking.

Opening Hours - 12 Noon - 1 AM

Cost - 1400 for Two

Where - 28, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi

Vault Cafe

If your Gang looking for a slight privacy to run away from the noisy ambience and staring eyes, where you can be you with your closed ones, Vault cafe has emerged as the most followed place for a Gang reunion. The way there liquid pitchers are served, you will madly fall in love with their LIIT drinks. With Good Ambience and attractive music this place becomes a must visit for every College Squad.

Opening Hours - 11:30 AM - 12:30 AM

Cost - 1600 for Two

Where - F-60, 2nd Floor, Connaught Place, New Delhi

FarziCafe

Don't go on the name as they are one of the most authentic food players of CP. With excellent food innovations and a heart melting welcome dish these guys know how to win people. With top electric music compilations and finger licking desserts one is left with no choice to visit this place on several occasions.

Opening Hours - 12 Noon - 1 AM

Cost - 2200 for Two

Where - E Block, Connaught Place, New Delhi

The above curated list will surely help you to have a good time with your squad. (ANI)

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