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The Summer Of All Its Parts: Ten Titles Suited For The Tropics
It's too darn hot.
Sponsored: The Irish House Brings The Dublin Street Out On St Patrick’s Day
Run for clover: The Irish House’s Paddy’s Day party includes music, games and cold, cold beer.
bpb Review: Fab Café, Vasant Kunj
FabIndia’s new health café is as sweet and breezy as a kesar-coloured kota scarf.
bpb Alert: Blue Tokai's Second Café Opens In Hauz Khas Market Soon
The village's hipsters get their biggest reason yet to cross the street.
bpb Review: Roosters - Soul Kitchen, Indiranagar
Rain over coastal towns. Wait it out with appam and stew. Weather + culinary reports are good in this new land.
5 Go Adventuring: A Squash Champ & A Mountaineer Float A New Sports Project
Rhea Bhandare and Jay Jhaveri’s new venture 5 Sports will ensure that your sweatbands never go unused again.
Sponsored: Break the Jinx at Table 13
Special treats and secret meals from the Chefs at Le 15.
Rising To The Occasion: The Iyengar Bakery Goes Online
Franchises, small-batch baking and nostalgia: just some of the strategies our Rusk Belt overlords are counting on.
bpb Review: Kuai Kitchen, Colaba
The Royal China family has left their palace to mingle with masses at Colaba Causeway. We’re peasant-ly surprised.
Will The Yogi Next Door Visit Noida (And Can It Be Soon, Please)?
Surely UP’s pious new chief minister won’t be affected by silly superstitions. Surely.
Sponsored: Dining Delights by Axis Bank
Minimum 15% off at restaurants across India + other delicious deals.
Sooner Or Lager: A Summery New Beer In An Emoji-Yellow Can
Vir Kotak’s new beer, Happy by Thirsty, is a cool, muscular daydream.
Guardians Of The North (Stand): The Biggest Fans In Wankhede Stadium
They start the Mexican waves, invented “Sachin, Saaachin!” and just came out with a t-shirt. No selfies, please.
bpb Review: Root'd, Hauz Khas
The Delhi spring brings with it a leafy surprise. Meat-cute!
bpb Review: The Rice Bowl, Lavelle Road
90s Chinese food clichés return in all their glory and we’re not complaining.