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Pubs reopen in Kolkata, to stay open as per government mandated hours

NITN | @notintownlive | 21 Sep 2020

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Pubs reopen in Kolkata, to stay open as per government mandated hours

Kolkata: If you have been missing your favourite tipple, or ruing about not being able to meet your friends over a round of drinks, there is good news.

Most bars and pubs in Kolkata have opened with the government easing the pandemic related restrictions.

Here is an update on three of the most popular gastropubs in the city.

Traffic Gastropub: This gastropub has made its name for its maddening DJ numbers and low prices. The interior is inspired by the aspects of the ‘road’. Vibrant graffiti, black and yellow posts, street-lamps, etc.  You will also find funny captions written across the place.

Timing: 12:00PM - 10:30PM
Price: Rs. 1,500/- for two people (approx.) with alcohol

The Lords and Barons: This Brit-style pub is an eye-catcher. A throwback to the English pubs, especially through its decor with vintage wooden furniture and Victorian paintings hung on the wall.

Timing: 11:30 AM-10:30PM
Price: Rs. 1,500/- for two people (approx.) with alcohol

Ministry of Booze: This place is perfect for chilling with your friends and share those long-suppressed gossips while sipping your favourite alcohol with a bite or two. They have both bar seating and sofa seating.

Timing: 12:00PM - 10:30PM
Price: Rs. 1,100/- for two people (approx.) with alcohol

However, do remember all COVID-19 related security and hygiene measures have to be followed by the pubs and the patrons.

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