9 Popular Restaurants, Bars Near Gateway Of India For Countdown & Fireworks On 31st Dec

Here are some popular restaurants and bars near the Gateway of India so that you can witness the fireworks and collective countdown to the new year!

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
9 Popular Restaurants, Bars Near Gateway Of India For Countdown & Fireworks On 31st Dec

The new year is around the corner, with less than 10 days left! We are sure you all might be busy planning where to head for your New Year party. But given that we are all tied up to our jobs and other commitments, we hardly get time to plan. Knowing this, how can we not be at your service? Here are some popular restaurants and bars near the Gateway of India so that you can witness the fireworks and collective countdown to the new year!

Restaurants, Bars Near Gateway Of India

1. Colaba Social

 

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Colaba Social is a funky-looking, rustic cafe with a chaotic nightlife that serves up some seriously good food and drinks. This restaurant has an amazing bar, and it gets really lively on the weekends. You’ll definitely thank us later when you indulge in treats like Cajun Roasted Chicken and BBQ Pork Ribs and sip on Mick Jaggery and Social Screwdriver!

Where: Ground Floor, Glen Rose Building, Behind Taj Mahal Palace, Apollo Bunder, Colaba

When: 9am to 1am

Cost for two: ₹1,400

2. Havana Mumbai

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Get your weekend party scenes in order by visiting Mumbai’s breathtaking Havana! This eatery serves a variety of cuisines in addition to having a reasonably priced bar menu. Get some Teriyaki Fish Bites and Chicken Crostini to go with your Murano Rum shots, then dance the night away with your group to relieve the stress of work. It doesn’t get any better than this, we swear!

Where: Battery Street, Apollo Bunder, Colaba

When: 6pm to 1:30am

Cost for two: ₹2000

3. Burma Burma

 

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You don’t have to go far to get authentic Burmese cuisine if that’s what you’re craving. Burma Burma is bringing this wonderful food to you. It offers some of the best Burmese cuisine in a modern-rustic environment with eye-catching furnishings and a lovely tea bar.

Where: Kothari House, Allana Centre Lane, MG Road, Fort

When: 12pm to 10:30pm (hours might differ on new year)

Cost for two: ₹1,800

4. Wasabi By Morimoto

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Foodies have frequently been drawn to Wasabi by Morimoto, the exclusive Japanese restaurant in the Taj Mahal, by their ever-growing passion for Japanese cuisine. You may always stop by this restaurant for some of the best-tasting sushi and a filling supper. Try their robatayaki and the seasonal Omakase menu in addition to the sushi.

Where: The Taj Mahal Palace

When: 12:30pm to 11:30pm

Cost for two: ₹3,500

5. Native Bombay

 

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You can reach the stunning Fort area with just a short stroll from the Gateway of India location. If you like the cuisine of the region, especially North Indian, Goan, or Parsi, visit Native Bombay. Still, the best thing about Native Bombay is the Negroni bar. It serves some of the best Negroni cocktails in the city.

Where:  Cochin St, Ballard Estate, Fort

When: 12pm to 12:30am

Cost for two: ₹1,400

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6. Neuma

 

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Neuma is a well-known restaurant in the region that serves Asian, Continental, European, and Mediterranean cuisine and is owned by Karan Johar. When you visit this celebrity-owned restaurant, Neuma, you can always expect a surprise because the cooks there are constantly experimenting with different cuisines, which means that the menu is continually changing.

Where: Garden Chalet, 4/6, Mandlik Rd, near Regal Cinema, Apollo Bandar, Colaba

When: 12pm to 12:30am

Cost for two: ₹2,650

7. Bombay Brasserie

The Bombay Brasserie’s menu pays tribute to India’s rich cultural heritage. The menu features some incredible regional meals with a twist, so you’ll be in a difficult situation. Your food will be so flavorful in every mouthful that you won’t regret getting seconds.

Where: Dhanraj Mahal, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Marg, Apollo Bandar, Colaba

When: 12pm to 11pm

Cost for two: ₹1,800

8. The Lantern Bar

The Lantern Bar is a great dive in Kala Ghoda. Above the Kandeel restaurant is a rooftop drinking area. The Lantern Bar is a fantastic addition to Kandeel, an old Fort institution that was founded in 1975. The bar serves the best North Indian and Chinese cuisine with the best cocktails. 

Where: 95 M.G road, Off Ash lane, Near Fountain circle, opp. Standard Chartered Bank

When: 12pm to 1am

Cost for two: ₹1,200

9. Harbour Bar

Mumbai’s first lounge bar with a licence is called The Harbour Bar at the Taj Mahal Palace. Enjoy premium malts, rare wines, unique cocktails, and delicious tapas from across the world in a cosy, intimate atmosphere. The iconic cocktail from the Prohibition Era, From the Harbour since 1933, is not to be missed.

Where: The Taj Mahal Palace

When: 12pm to 1am

Cost for two: ₹5,000

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So, where are you heading?

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