From taking your dad for a fancy lunch to indulging his Van Gogh fantasies, here's how to spend Father's Day
Paint with dad
4 PM – 6 PM: Take your father along to a special painting class, where he can bond with others fathers, while letting go of all his inhibitions. You can not only paint with your father, but also gift him your final masterpiece. Art supplies will be provided.
WHERE: Woodside Inn, Todi Mills, Lower Parel
ENTRY: Rs 1,850
Gift edible cigars
9 AM – 8 PM: Still struggling to think of a great gift for dad? Don't think too hard. Nordic Kandie has got you covered. From edible marzipan cigars made with premium mamra almonds to luscious chocolates and Belgian brews, you can put together a perfect hamper that will have your dad beaming from ear to ear.
WHERE: Nordic Kandie, Vasant Villa, 3 Peddar road, Kemps Corner
ENTRY: Starting at Rs 1,999
Dig into desserts
12.30 PM onwards: Dads and kiddies looking at enjoying a good lunch can head to TAG GourmArt Kitchen where celebrity chef Ranveer Brar has curated a special 'pops and bacchas' menu. While dads can enjoy a berry French toast with toasted nuts or a double baked processed cheese soufflé salad, the bacchas can indulge in the chocolate chips pancakes and classic vanilla and Oreo shake.
WHERE: TAG GourmArt Kitchen, 2nd Floor, Kamala City, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel
PRICE: Rs 2,000
FOR RESERVATIONS: 8850875659
Go on a Wild West binge
12 PM: If your father is your favourite superhero, then treating him to a king-size meal is what you should be looking at. Get you dad to binge his heart out on some delectable southern American bites like chicken nachos, sweet and smoky chicken wings or South West-style pork ribs. There is a 10 per cent discount on every meal.
WHERE: Old Wild West, First Floor, Oasis Complex, Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel
FOR RESERVATIONS: 65376677
Hang out with your pet
5 PM: Spend the weekend with your doggie over cool pet games. Apart from fun activities, your pooch will also get to enjoy a lip-smacking buffet of boiled eggs, rice and mashed potatoes.
WHERE: Thalassa, 21st Road, Off Carter Road, Khar West
ENTRY: Rs 300
TO BOOK: insider.in
Catch a musical
4 PM and 7.30 PM: Purva Naresh is back with Bandish 20 - 20000Hz. Set in the proscenium theatre format, the musical tells the story of two singers, one a nautanki singer and the other a baithak performer. Both singers will relive their glory days with witty anecdotes through music.
WHERE: Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, NCPA, NCPA Marg, Nariman Point
ENTRY: Rs 300 to Rs 1,250
TO BOOK: in.bookmyshow.com
Tune into sarangi
9.30 AM: Watch sarangi player Harsh Narayan perform live at Baithak Unplugged. Harsh is the grandson of sarangi maestro Ram Narayan, and has studied under him since the age of six. The programme will be fully acoustic without any amplification.
Entry is on first first-come-first-served basis.
WHERE: Little Theatre, NCPA, NCPA Marg, Nariman Point
Order of the day
Get a glimpse of life in Konkan
11 AM - 7 PM: Catch Karjat-based artist Hari Fulaware whose solo exhibition, Grandeur, at Jehangir Art Gallery reveals interesting facets of village life. His works, mainly in oil and acrylic, captures life in the Konkan region, complete with lush fields, seashore and fascinating people.
WHERE: Jehangir Art Gallery AC-II Gallery, Kala Ghoda, Fort
Enjoy five plays in one evening
6 PM: Spend your Tuesday evening watching short plays by Lasoon Live's Nautanki at Cat Cafe Studio. This is an initiative to allow performers to break into theatre using an unconventional path. This platform provides an opportunity to perform original writing. For tickets, log on to www.insider.in
WHERE: Cat Cafe Studio, 63, Harminder Singh Road, Versova
Sculpt your way to glory
9.30 AM - 1.30 PM: If you've been fascinated by sculptures, here's a chance to learn the artform. The Pottery Lab is hosting Vivek Jadhav, sculptor from the JJ School of Art who will conduct a 3-day workshop on sculpting human heads in clay. The tools and materials will be provided and you can take your work home.
WHERE:Tempera-nce, 76, Pali Hill, Bandra (West)
ENTRY: Rs 4,500
Get into the world of sports
11 AM - 7 PM: Attend the sixth edition of the International photography competition, where photographs have been chosen for their capacity to illustrate the diversity of sports. From women wrestling in Kathmandu to a swimmer practising in a pool in Auckland, gear up for an unusual journey into the world of sports.
WHERE: Clark House Building, Colaba
LOG ON TO: www.bombay.afindia.org
Dig into some authentic sushi
12 PM - 11 PM: Chi Na Chi Ni is hosting a sushi festival that hopes to introduce you to sushi in its original avatar. It offers options such as veg dragon roll, assorted fruit nigri, spicy olive maki, California toll, tempure maki and rainbow Maki.
There's also the sinful chocolate sushi for a sweet fix after a hearty meal.
WHERE: Royal Tulip, 26/B, Sector 7, Kharghar
Listen to three noted musicians
6 PM: Attend a musical concert titled the Secret Masters Session that looks past celebrity musicians by discovering talented but little-known artistes from diverse backgrounds. This time, you'll see vocalist Arun Kashalkar with Yogesh Samsi on tabla and Ajay Joglekar on harmonium. This is a free concert.
WHERE: St Xavier's College, Mahalpalika Marg
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