10 Superb Spots in Mumbai for Rains, Drinks, Friends, and Conversations

7 months ago Shruti Sharma 0

Due to continuous rains in Mumbai, most of us wish to wear the sexiest clothes and carry those wet looks on our hair to spend time with either college gang or someone special in life. I have found some crazy spots in Mumbai that are excellent for rains, drinks, and conversations with special people in life.


Mumbai Chillout

With the current romantic atmosphere that Mumbaikars are experiencing these days, I bet you are desperate to step out of house.

10 Hottest Locations in Mumbai for Rains, Coffee, Friends, and Conversations:

  1. Marine Drive:

Mumbai Marine Drive

From chai ki tapris to taking a round on Marine drive, it’s a mandate for every Mumbai lover during monsoon. The picturesque beauty of Marine drive doubles in monsoon. Mumbai being the city of dreams find many people standing here waiting for their luck to shine.

  1. Manori Creek:

Manori is about an hour’s journey from the western Mumbai. The white sandy beach gives you few glimpses of Goa from Mumbai itself. It’s the most clean and gorgeous beach in the city to attract many travelers and local residents.

  1. Carter Road, Bandra:

An ideal location for those who wish to watch the dark sky, sip hot coffee, and have long conversations till midnight. Carter road at Bandra is one of the hotspots for models, celebs, and other happening crowd who gather to spend some time for chit-chats. It’s a perfect place to spot celebs as the location has many popular stars residing in Pali Hill, Bandra.

  1. Aarey Milk Colony:

Catch up with your friends at Aarey Colony. The place is excellent during monsoon but, only if you have a bigger group to enjoy. Avoid going alone as it gets isolated at nights. The garma garam corn bhuttas or fresh milk from the colony is a superb deal to relish.

  1. Rude Longue:

Friday night scene, rains, live DJ, delicious starters, and lively crowd, what more can you ask for? Don’t miss the barbeque paneer, veg kurkure, and spicy salsa as their signature dishes. The rude longue in Powai is superb!

  1. Café Terra:

A favorite of Bandra locals, Café Terra the rooftop restaurant has many reasons to convince you. Monsoons are the best to experience here. The cozy chairs, turquoise colored décor, and gorgeous interiors make the best of everything.

  1. Candies, Pali Hill:

Another hotspot for celebrities and a regular hang out during monsoons for many, Candies is a perfect place. Located on the mystic location of Pali Hill, It brings all the delectable dishes on your plate for that perfect monsoon date.

  1. Breeze Longue:

Breeze is one of the finest and busiest locations during weekends and monsoons. It is based in gorgeous location of Hiranandani, Powai. Watch the serene Powai Lake from the rooftop restaurant and experience the rain drops tickling your skin while you hog on their special recipes. You will find group of friends on most tables enjoying friendly conversations over beer.

  1. Smaash:

Smaaash is a perfect spot for friends who wish to spend time in a gaming zone and enjoy the dark clouds. It’s one of the best friends’ zones in Mumbai. You have a choice between outdoor and indoor seating to make as per your rain mood.

  1. Timbuctoo:

Another hit location to spend time with friends and beer is Timbuctoo. It has many branches. The place is known for loud music, chirpy crowd. Don’t be surprised if you find people dancing on the tables to enjoy the music and weather.

If these places have tickled your feet to step out already, I wish you a fantastic time ahead with friends! Rock your rains by making the most of your time outside your house rather feeling guilty later.


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