The Mumbai minute: Plan your weekend in 60 seconds
Dance your way to fitness at Boomerang, a Zumba festival, this weekend. The event will feature two hours of fun, fusing dance and fitness set to the best of Latin music
sat, Feb 11 Dance your way to fitness at Boomerang, a Zumba festival, this weekend. The event will feature two hours of fun, fusing dance and fitness set to the best of Latin music. It will be led by Shwetambari Shetty, Zumba education instructor and co-founder of The Tribe Fitness Club.
TIME: 10 am onwards at NSCI Mumbai, Worli.
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COST: Rs 350
Vignettes of life
Till sat, feb 11 Realms of Life is an exhibition of paintings by Radha Phadtare and Chandrakant Phadtare. Painted in a bright palette, their work showcases nature, still life and our heritage.
TIME: 11 am to 7 pm
AT: Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Bajaj Bhavan, ground floor, Nariman Point.
Food & Drink
sat, feb 11 and sun, feb 12 Dig into small plates at the Itsy Bitsy Food Festival, which will host 25 food stations. The festival will celebrate Zero Wastage — non-reusable material will be donated to the Robin Hood Army.
TIME: 11 am to 10 pm
AT: Courtyard, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
COST: Rs 100 to Rs 300
Platters of comfort
ongoing Dig into regional, homely and comfy foods. Enjoy Baked Brie, Tiger Steak, a Med Platter, Prawn Pil Pil, Breakfast Burger and a range of thin-crust pizzas. Also take your pick from a new, fun cocktail menu.
TIME: 12 noon to 1 am AT Monkey Bar, Summerville, Linking Road, Bandra (W).
COST: Rs 1,200 plus taxes (approx)
sat, Feb 11 Learn how to create paintings using just coffee and water at a Coffee Essence Workshop. The event will teach you how to create abstracts, graphics, landscapes and even figurines. You will also get to create one A4-size painting.
TIME: 3 pm to 5 pm
AT: Zen Cafe, Lower Parel.
COST: Rs 1,250 (inclusive of all art material, a cup of coffee or tea and a croissant)
fri, Feb 10 to Sun, Feb 12 Sign up for baking classes that will teach you how to create Baileys Chocolate Mousse Cake, Chocolate Dipped Strawberries, Edible Cupcake Bouquet, Red Velvet Cake with an edible love letter, and a Strawberry Tuxedo.
AT: Cakesmiths, second floor, Jatia Chambers, 60 Dr VB Gandhi Marg, Kala Ghoda.
COST: Rs 3,500 to RS 4,499
sun, feb 12 Azeem Banatwalla is bringing his solo stand-up show Cometh The Hour to the city this week. Listen to his jokes on travel, road rage, religion, confused African kids, and married life.
TIME: 8.30 pm AT Hard Rock Cafe, Fun Cinema Lane, Andheri (W).
COST: Rs 1,000 plus taxes
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fri, Feb 10 Watch comics Karan Chauhan, Ameya Deshpande, Gaurav Pawar, Jay Verma, Shahan Karanjia, Neha Dhanani, and Dwijal Mehta fight for the chance to be crowned comedian of the night.
TIME: 9 pm onwards
AT: Desi Deli, shop no 480, Adarsh Nagar, Oshiwara.
ongoing Sip on tea in style with a range of tea-ware from sommelier Neetu Sarin. The collection includes teapots in ceramic, glass and metal, tea-strainers, tea-infusers, teacups, tea glasses, teaspoons, coasters and tea boxes.
COST: Rs 700 onwards
Shades of red
till sat, feb 11 Warp 'n' Weft unveiled a new exhibit featuring Banarasi weaves for Valentine's Day. The store is offering a special 10 per cent discount on all the products.
TIME:âÂÂ11 am to 8.30 pm
AT:âÂÂSethna Building, 55 Maharshi Karve Road, Chandan Wadi Cross Road, Marine Lines.
ongoing Gift that special someone in your life some new bath and body products. Choose from Rose Aroma Oil, Love Is In The Air Aroma Oil, Soulflower Romance Aroma Massage Oil, and even Soulflower Bite Me Chocolate Soap, which are available at discounts of 10 per cent and above.
LOG ON TO: soulflower.biz
ongoing Treat yourself to delicious burgers as part of the International Burger Carnival, which is offering a Burger Buddy Combo offer. Customers who order a burger get another burger and beverage free.
AT:âÂÂAll Cafe Coffee Day outlets.
COST: Rs 285 (veg combo), Rs 295 (non-veg combo)
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