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Ivy

The Ivy Wine Café & Bistro in Worli, a 20-odd-minute drive north out of downtown, offers some super discounts on Indian wines.

Cafe Mondegar

Café Mondegar has an easy vibe and a CD jukebox and is usually full of tourists and locals alike.

Bay View

Bay View (Tel 022-22821089) is great for beer and wine on an open terrace overlooking the Gateway of India.

Manchester United Café Bar

Sports buffs will enjoy having a drink at the Manchester United Café Bar in the Palladium Mall at High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.

Polly Esther's

Polly Esther's in the Gordon House Hotel is a nightclub with a great vibe and a decent dance floor.

Shiro

Shiro is a sophisticated lounge, except on Fridays, when it grooves to retro music.

The Blue Frog

The Blue Frog is a cutting-edge midtown live music venue.

Hard Rock Café

Hard Rock Café has live music some days.

Tote

Tote at the race course is a great place for drinks and dinner.

Wink

Wink at the Taj President has a stylish vibe, sushi and a mean wasabi martini.

Dome

Dome at the InterContinental offers a great view over the Arabian Sea. Perfect for a sundowner or two.

Aer

Aer at the Four Seasons hotel is a rooftop bar 34 floors up that offers a panoramic view of south Mumbai and happy-hour offers on champagne cocktails.

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  1. Ziya

    Ziya at the Oberoi has some authentic North-West frontier and Indian food.

  2. The Ritz

    In the Churchgate area, where the stadium is, try the Ritz (from Rs 4500; Tel 91-22-22850500)

  3. Hard Rock Café

    Hard Rock Café has live music some days.

Must Do

Walk on Marine Drive  

Take an evening walk down the 4km promenade on Marine Drive. It's a great chance for people-watching, enjoying the cool breeze, eating roasted peanuts bought from a street vendor (if you dare!) and watching the sun set. Avoid this on a weekend, though, unless you want to be in a sea of people.

Tips for Travellers

Travellers to Mumbai must visit Chowpatty. It's just 2km from the Wankhede stadium, which is holding the final of the World Cup. Chowpatty is a beach and the food there is amazing - Indian snacks like bhel puri, pani puri, sev puri, pav bhaji, cold drinks like kala khatta, orange, and not to forget golas (crushed ice lollies). And for digestion the traditional Indian paan (betel) leaf.

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