Is that why there are so few dance floors in the city? As you ponder this funky chicken-and-egg situation, here's the A-list of Mumbai clubs to get into this party season -- and why.
A night at Tryst is like attending a spectacular light show, where more than a million color-changing LEDs poke out of almost every corner and bright green absinthe potions swirl around in glasses. The focus of this futuristically designed club is elevated VIP tables with a minimum billing of Rs 25,000 each (The King Table dictates that you spend at least a lakh), with a personal butler and your own bouncer to boot.
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We suggest you get a newly introduced Lady Boy (white rum, coconut syrup, kaffir lime) cocktail or a Falling Indian (white rum, rose syrup, sambuka), along with a thincrust pizza to soak it all up.
While weekend nights resemble a Mumbai club scene, Aer cuts early birds a break with great happy hours from p.m. every day (yes, Sundays too), when all cocktails are half price and where you can watch the sun go down over maximum city.
Every Mumbai musician worth their guitar would agree: Blue Frog revolutionized the live music scene in this city, with its egg-shaped seating booths, state of the art acoustics, high-tech LED screens, great burgers and steaks, overpriced drinks and we-don’t-care-what-you-think arrogance.
Here, from the owners of Colaba’s Henry Tham, you’ll find a wooden bar on level one and a glittering red staircase scattered with lounges that leads to a humongous dance floor above it, a thing of rarity in Mumbai.
Oh, and there’s also a smoking room inside -- another specialty.
Outside, bartenders in fedoras groove to typical Mumbai club music -- think David Guetta and the likes -- and hand out yum watermelon-basil martinis to a mixed crowd of teenyboppers and the working lot pushing for that once-in-a-while heavy dance night. Recently buffed and polished for its post-monsoon opening and soaring 34 floors over the real estate cauldron of midtown Mumbai, this rooftop bar and club at the Four Seasons Hotel affords the city’s most iconic views, including the Haji Ali mosque, the Mahalaxmi racecourse and the Bandra-Worli Sealink.Here is where well-to-do expats go to end a hard work week and also where fashionistas break out their best party frocks and high heels, which tap along with tunes the popular DJ Shaan spins.You could be turned away right at the door for not being dressed appropriately or for being a group of stags; you could get in and have yourself some pricey but yummy cocktails -- like the Bonnie Beb made with Dewar’s, apricot brandy, apple juice and Assam tea -- and some fun dancing; you could stay late, turn on your Wi-Fi and connect to questionable ladies of the night.So yes, there’s something for everyone at this club housed at the Grand Hyatt hotel, where new DJs visit every Friday and shutters go down as late as 3 a.m.Special mention for the seriously happy bartender Oster Fernandes, who takes requests for impromptu cocktails that aren’t on the menu, even when the bar is packed. The sexy red couches and the wannabe models have been around so long at Trilogy that it’s hard to tell whose legs we spotted first on opening night at this sexy Mumbai club in Juhu.Needless to say, Trilogy affords more than a sea view.