3 events for your ‘Saturday Night’ in Pune

1. Saturday Night with French Toast at High Spirits

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Get your groove on this Saturday night as seasoned beat-maker & International club circuit veteran Mr. French Toast aka Frank McWeeny showcases his love for Funk, Disco & Soul infused House music to have us on the floor & vibing!

2. Saturday Strings with Fiddlecraft at HUB

This Saturday, see who is back at HUB. It’s Fiddlecraft. One of the favourite bands and loved by our patrons.

3. Bollygroove Saturday at YOLO

Groove this Saturday with DJ Dustin. Calling out all the Bollywood Fans.
Do not miss this peeps!

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5 Dishes that make Holi Special

The “Festival of Colors” is here, apart from colors, pichkaris, rangoli and unlimited fun, another thing that makes Holi a much-awaited festival is the wide variety of dishes that are especially prepared for this occasion. We bring to you the trademark dishes that have become synonymous with Holi 

1. Gujiyas – The definition of Holi for many, these sugar syrup dripped delicacies filled with khoya and dry fruits mixture are impossible to resist. For the calorie conscious folks, here is a tip, bake these after brushing it with some oil and eat your heart out without any regrets

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2. Malpuas –  A Holi celebration is incomplete without this traditional sweet of north India. Malpua is a pancake like Indian dessert, fried in ghee and dipped in sugar syrup. For guilt-free eating, try Ragi Malpua made with ragi flour, whole wheat and oats, it is significantly low on calories

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3. Thandai with Bhaang– The staple food of Holi, this intoxicating drink is the primary catalyst behind Holi being a no-holds barrier festival. It is generally served cold, hence, it is prepared beforehand and stored. Enjoy Holi in the spirit of “Bura Na Mano Holi”

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4. Dahi Vada/Dahi Bhalla – The dish that gives much-needed respite from the spate of ghee/sugar soaked and heavy on the stomach dishes. Vadas soaked in dahi with the topping of imli chatni are prepared in every Holi celebrating household across the country.

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5. Phirnis – Phirnis and Holi go hand in hand. The smell of the kasoras dipped in water is a Bliss. With varied options like the one with roses, berries and fruits, nuts and plain, you will keep craving for more.  

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HOLI HAI !

Celebrate this Holi with unlimited food, dance, and non-stop Music by some of the best DJs in town at RANGHOLIC, 2016 at Atmosphere 6 on 24th March. Book on the Brisky app. Download Brisky from http://bit.ly/briskyblog 

6 Places to World Cup T20 Live Screenings

Cricket fever is back! India being the host nation of the ICC Worldcup T20, has only amplified the euphoria. Coming into the tournament,

India were the clear favorites with 10 wins in the last 11
T20I but a defeat at the hands of New
Zealand in the first match came as a rude shock. But the eternal optimists in us, reminds us that this is the repeat telecast of the 2007 edition and we all know how that one ended. It’s a special tournament which deserves to be enjoyed on a BIG screen in an electric environment with 100s of fans and most importantly a continuous stream of BEER. We bring you a list of places that should be your venue for this T20 World Cup

1) The 1st Brewhouse

As
the name suggests, The 1st Brewhouse was the first microbrewery to open in Pune. The
place has got pleasant ambience with indoor and outdoor sitting arrangements. The
screens are placed at apt locations where you can enjoy the view from any table.
Try out their German sausage platter and freshly brewed beers with a great
crowd this Worldcup season.    

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2) Aufside at Hotfut

Arguably
the best place to enjoy a sports match in Pune. If you are looking for a
stadium like experience, you should definitely visit this place. During special matches the entire Hotfut ground is packed with sports
fans enjoying the Live screenings on a big screen.

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3) Independence Brewing Company

To all the fans looking for a great match ambience and lip smacking food, this is the place for you. Owing to a spread out Table layout it is quite spacious, and one of the biggest screens in the city make it an ideal choice for enjoying the match with tons of fans holding mugs of freshly brewed Beer

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4) Fly High

One of the most promising upcoming Pubs in the City. Located in Magarpatta, the place underwent a major renovation especially for the T20 Worldcup
and are now screening the matches on the BIG screen. The best part about this place is there are no Entry
Charges ..;)

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5) THE PLACE TO BE

If you want to enjoy late night match screening, then this
is THE PLACE TO BE. The recently opened Pub in Dhole Patil, is getting rave reviews
for it’s food. They have got some insane offers going on during the Worldcup.
Do try their butter garlic prawns with a flavored T20 match.

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6) AFK 

Before you make any guesses, we would like to tell AFK
stands for ‘Alter Figo Kresyndo’. The new boy in the town is giving youngsters
enough reasons to become spoiled. Enjoy the T20 matches live screening with their
exotic food and signature BIRA pitchers.

For the best match screening experience in Pune Download Brisky and enjoy the match on a Big screen with 100′s of fans in an electric environment. Want a free entry, a free pitcher or 50% off on your next out match screening, play Brisky’s Fantasy League inside the app to win these and many more exciting prizes.

7 Markets in Pune to Buy amazing stuff at Cheap prices

Fed up of high shopping bills? We present to you a consolidated list of markets for your different shopping needs at the cheapest prices possible.                 Happy Shopping! 

1.Hong Kong Lane – The Imported market of Pune. A string of little stalls selling clothes, footwear, jewellery, etc in-line with the latest trends and the best part all this at rock-bottom prices. Do look out for the “Branded” Nike, Reebok and Diesel Merchandise 😉                                                                       Location:  Near Garware Bridge, Deccan  

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2. Laxmi Road – The Shopping District of Pune. Laxmi Road is a shopper’s paradise with narrow lanes and by-lanes accompanied by the hustling crowd. It’s a perfect destination for all kinds of shopping be it clothes, footwear, jewellery, etc. across different price points.While there, don’t forget to flaunt your bargaining skills                                                                                           Location: Laxmi Road

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3. Fashion Street – The Fashion Hub of Pune. From the latest trends in fashion to the one’s from rocking 60′s, you name it and they have it. Apart from fashionable clothing, it has got an insane collection of accessories be it belts, caps, shades, earrings, the list is endless. Want to bring out the Fashionista in you without making a hole in your wallet, Fashion Street is the place for you.     Location:  East Street, Camp

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4. Phule Market – An open-air market set up in the British era, famous for its fruits and vegetables. Phule Market is the favourite destination for homemakers to stock up their kitchens with fresh fruits and vegetables bought at unbelievably cheap prices. It’s also an ideal place to buy articles used in religious ceremonies.  For those of you who are fed up with cold storage items, Go Fresh with Phule market.                                                                               Location: Shukrawar Peth

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5. Bajirao Road – The furniture Market of Pune. All your home decor needs, fulfilled at one place whether it’s a bed or a dining table or a cabinet, they have it all covered. For those looking for custom-made furniture, this is the perfect place to get your designs executed. The intense competition between the shops ensures that you get the best deal.                                                       Location:  Shukrawar Peth

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6. Appa Balwant Chowk (ABC) – The Stationery Market of Pune. From books, whiteboards to pens, the entire spectrum of stationery items at the cheapest price possible is on offer here. To add to this, there are a lot of stores selling second-hand books ranging from competitive exams to novels.               Location:  Shaniwar Peth

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7. Juna Bazar – The Old Market of Pune. A place where nothing is considered as Junk, a dedicated second-hand market selling items ranging from Furniture to jewellery. If you want to get rid of some old items you can sell those to the shopkeepers. This market is operational every Wednesday and Sunday on the road leading to Vir Santaji Ghorpade Path.                                                           Location: Kasba Peth

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8 Must Visit Places in your first 2 months in Pune

Recently moved to Pune? This one is for you. A common question whenever one moves to a new city is how to effectively utilize the short respite from the gruelling Weekdays, that Weekends offer. Luckily, you are in Pune, which boasts of a wide variety of Places catering to a diverse set of interests, so be rest assured that you will find something of your interest happening around you. The city is brimming with a youthful energy owing primarily to a large corporate and students populace. We have consolidated some of the most iconic places that you just can’t miss, here they are (in no particular order) – 

1. Vohuman Cafe – This Irani Cafe has been a favorite early morning breakfast amongst the Punekars for the past 38 years. Famous for it’s cheese omelette and Bun Maska, the place is always brimming with people often including a long queue waiting outside. It is the ideal stop before undertaking an early morning trip. Mr. Hormaz Irani, the owner of the place with his lively behavior provides another compelling reason to visit this place                           Location: Near Ruby Hall  Timing: 6 A.M. to 6 P.M.

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2. Dagdusheth Ganpati – The famous Ganesha temple with it’s mesmerising idol is a must visit. If you are lucky enough to be in Pune around the time of Ganesh Chaturthi, then you can witness the spectacle for which people come from far and wide just to catch a glimpse of their Dagdusheth as it is one of the most famous Ganesh Chaturthi Pandals in the whole of Maharashtra                 Location: Budhvar Peth  Timing: 6 A.M. to 11 P.M.  

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3. Vaishali – An iconic South Indian Restaurant that is one of the oldest restaurants in Pune. With some of the best South Indian food delivered quickly accompanied by a happily chatting crowd, it is an ideal place to spend a good evening with friends and family.                                                                         Location: F.C. Road   Timing: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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4. Laxmi Road – Girls this one if for you, shopping district of Pune. Laxmi Road is a shopper’s paradise with narrow lanes and by-lanes accompanied by the hustling crowd. It’s a perfect destination for all kinds of shopping be it clothes, footwear, jewellery, etc. across different price points.While there, don’t forget to flaunt your bargaining skills                                                                                   Location: Laxmi Road   Timing: 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. (Closed on Mondays)

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5. WNS Road – Owing to the numerous call centers, the road opposite WNS is the best place to quench your late Night hunger. With roadside stalls open all Night long, serving epic street food like Maggi, Egg Bhurji, Pav Bhaji, etc. along with much needed late-night Chai                                                                   Location: Yerwada   Timing: Open till late in the Night

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6. Cafe Good Luck – Probably the oldest restaurant in Pune established in 1935, this Irani Cafe is famous for it’s Irani chai and Bun Maska It also functions as a full-fledged restaurant serving a range of lip smacking dishes with a very quick service and its open for nearly 17 hours making it a place suitable for any time of the day                                                                             Location: F.C. Road  Timing: 7 A.M. to 11:30 P.M.

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7. Shaniwar Wada Fort – The Landmark which is the hallmark of Pune, the fort of Peshwa Bajirao is synonymous with Pune. The fort with a rich heritage is a great source to understand the history of the great Maratha warriors and the fascinating stories associated with it, make the whole experience even more engaging. For those who liked Bajirao Mastani, this is your opportunity to visit the Moti Mahal                                                                                                     Location: Shaniwar Peth   Timing: 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM

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8. The High Spirits – One of the highlights of Pune’s thriving Nightlife scene, famous for it’s live Music and Sunday cookout. The right mix of Music, Beer and Food to go along with one of the best crowds in the city, make this one a must visit for all the Party lovers.                                                                         Location: Koregaon Park Annexe  Timing: 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM, on Sunday also open from 1:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. (Monday Closed)

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