As the weather becomes balmy, rooftop bars in Mumbai have unlocked doors for you to enjoy the open skies, panoramic view and great mixes! Here’s where you should be spotted this season to get a taste of ‘High Life’. Five Best Rooftop Bars of Mumbai.

1. AER, WORLIAer lounge

 

Thirty-Three floors above the jam-packed streets of Mumbai elegantly stands one of the best rooftop bars of Mumbai, AER. The spectacular view of Bandra-Worli Sealink, Mahalaxmi race course and the busy streets of Mumbai will make you fall in love with it at first sight. Great ambience, classic cocktails and upbeat music, Aer is one of the best places to enjoy a laidback sundowner.

Don’t Forget to try Slow Roasted Chicken Wings and Spicy Chicken 65 On A Stick, in Black Martini. Sip a few drinks or indulge in the lip smacking food, you will be relieved that you are not a part of the mad rat race happening down there!

Where – Worli › Four Seasons Hotel, 114, E Moses Road, Worli, Mumbai.
How Much – Rs.4,000 for two people (approx.) with alcohol, VAT and services charges extra.

 

2. GADDA DA VIDDA, JUHU
Gadda Da Vidda

 

Catch the front row seats to the stunning sunset over Juhu Beach at Gadda Da Vidda. With the most amazing view of the sea hitting the shores, swaying palm trees and cool breeze caressing your face, Gadda Da Vidda is an exceptional open-air restaurant in Mumbai.

This lounge is sure to transport you to a holiday mode right in the middle of Mumbai hustle bustle, Juhu. This chic sea lounge has both indoor and outdoor space, poolside and beachside under the palm trees. Make sure you try out the Garlic And Lemon Prawns (Rs. 799), as well as the Primavera Pizza (Rs. 749). Do not forget to order the Nachos with Salsa & cheese dip (Rs. 359) just for the presentation.

Where: Juhu › Novotel, Juhu Beach, Balraj Sahani Marg, Juhu, Mumbai.
How Much: Rs.4,500 for two people (approx.) with alcohol, VAT and services charges extra.

 

3. DOME, MARINE DRIVEDome

 

Even if the food was free at Dome, you would have paid for the ambience and the view of Queens Necklace. Perched atop the Intercontinental Hotel at Marine Drive, Dome offers a breathtaking view of Mumbai’s skyline. Known for its fine dining experience, do try out the Vegetable Bonsai (Rs. 715), Crunchy Popiah Rolls (Rs. 715) and the Sushi. It all-white interiors are sure to make you spellbound.

Where: Churchgate › Hotel InterContinental, 135, Churchgate, Mumbai.

How Much: Rs.3,500 for two people (approx.) with alcohol, VAT and services charges extra

4. BREEZE, POWAIbreeze powai

Nestled between the breezy Powai Lake and lush greenery of an imposing hill, Breeze offers a serene view of the Powai Lake and High rises of Mumbai. Located at a height of nearly 120 feet above the ground, besides a fresh breath of air, Breeze offers Mediterranean cuisine. The highlight, of course, is the deliberate attempt to focus on vegetarian food as the promoters wish to endorse the benefits of the following vegetarianism. If you are a non-vegetarian, you may want to give this place a miss. For Vegans, make sure you try the Bruschetta Con Fungi (Rs. 315).

Where:  Powai › 8th Floor, A Wing, Supreme Business Park, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai
How Much:  Rs.1,600 for two people (approx.) with alcohol, VAT and services charges extra.

5. KOYLA, COLABAkoyla

Looking to impress someone with good food, great ambiance and a spectacular view, head to Koyal! Give the touristy rush at The Gateway of India a miss and enjoy a Birdseye view of the same. Koyla is known for its Indian food. So while you are there, try out the Nawabi Paneer Tikka (Rs. 380), Tandoori Baby Potatoes (Rs. 280) and the Chicken Tikka (Rs. 410).

Where: Colaba › Gulf Hotel, HNA Azmi Marg, Colaba, Mumbai.
How Much: Rs.1,500 for two people (approx.) with alcohol, VAT and services charges extra.

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