A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
Ok, this is for real. On No Dishes Day on May 18, you can choose to give a miss to the mundane task of washing dirty dishes. Grab life by the collar on this day, show it your disapproving face and sternly say, “Today you cannot boss me around. I’ll do just what I please.” If there’s one thing that all of us can relate to, it is the drudgery of housework. On this day give yourself a break, take a moment, sit back and marvel at what life has to offer. The breakup which made you wiser, the tough manager who increased your coping skills, the fleeting friendships which made you realize the importance of being emotionally independent. Or, in the sheer bliss of not having to do the dishes, you could simply celebrate. Get the entire family together and go out for a good meal in a plush restaurant, or order a takeaway and opt for disposable dishes. In case you plan to host a house party, fetch that dishwasher which was lying in your loft unused. At least, eat things which do not require utensils. Whatever you do, just don’t create dirty dishes which make you stay up late and brood.
You know the bottle of good whisky you keep lying around, only to crack open on a special occasion? Yes the one you think you bought with your first pay check, and are really hoping to make last until your retirement. Ever wondered if will simply be no good by the time you even get that promotion you’ve been wanting for so long?
Khar Social is one of Mumbai’s most popular bars. Brimming with people round the clock, the place exudes a relaxed vibe. It is an offbeat cafe to grab a drink after a mundane day at work or let one’s hair down during weekends. The popular Delhi brand “Social” was launched by Riyaaz Amlani and crew. Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai have embraced the quirky concept of affordable food and drink in a comfortable atmosphere. The outlet in Khar West is not very different from the rest, but is more spacious with an outdoor seating space and an indoor air-conditioned area. The menu is similar to that which is served in other Social outlets. Often this bar in Khar gets packed post sundown with young working adults who throng the place in hordes to hang out.