Eat Play Love & Make Merry This Weekend

by Pooja Paryani
Eat Play Love & Make Merry This Weekend

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Eat Play Love (EPL), a festival where you can relish good food, art, music for two days at Turf Club, Mumbai from noon to 10 pm on December 17 & 18.

What’s in it? 

Spearheaded by Percept Live and The Eat India Company, visitors at the 2-day festival will journey through the culinary road of India at the 2-day festival. There will be participants from more than 100 exhibitors from across the country giving an opportunity to avid gastronomes to feast on diverse cuisines. In addition, artists will be showcasing their best work, making the venue look like a living art gallery.


Adventurous activities

The Perrier Experience Zone will allow adventure junkies to experience a never seen before virtual experience in hot air balloon rides up in the skies.

What’s Special?

EPL will witness the debut of India’s only children literature festival – Peek A Book featuring master storytellers like Hawaii’s Jeff Gere, puppeteer Usha Venkatraman, fitness specialist Rashmi Ramesh, a teacher turned author Katie Bagli.

Watch Ayushman Khurana singing Pani Da Rang on Dec 17. From India’s comedy rock band Alien Chutney featuring Vir Das and Punjabi rapper, Baba Sehgal on day 1 to India’s leading live band act The Other People and pop singer Lucky Ali on day 2.


What to eat?

Some heritage Mumbai eateries such as Wok Express, TGL Co, Maroosh, Moti Mahal Deluxe as well as relatively new entrants like 1441 pizzeria, Fatty Bao, Kaavo at one place. The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Auto Cafe will inculcate an Indo-Japanese inspired menu by well-known celebrity chef Vicky Ratnani.

Stop by to have some Mumbai’s special chaats, wraps and rolls too. Pamper your sweet tooth at Shahi Durbar & Ice Cream Factory, Bites Of Bliss, Frugurpop.

Other food exhibitors will include Keventers, Kolkata Konnection, Punjab Da Chullah, Hungry Monks and much more…



When: Saturday, Dec 17 and Sunday, Dec 18
Where: Royal Western India Turf Club, Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mumbai
How Much: Rs. 499 Onwards

Happy Weekend!

P.S. – Don’t forget to share your experiences and also if any such event happening in the city.

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