Fun, food & party for Poila Baisakh, with t2
What: New Years of India, in association with t2 Where: City Centre Salt Lake
- Published 14.04.17
What: New Years of India, in association with t2
Where: City Centre Salt Lake
When: April 14-16, noon onwards
Expect: A food festival to kickstart the new season with. There’s no counting the calories just now. Tuck into the cuisine of your choice at stalls put up by Mission Cafe, Madras Restaurant, Dakshin, Sharma Dhaba, Hindusthan Dhaba, Bong Connection, Tilottama, Makhan Lal Das & Sons, The Blue Poppy, Denzong Kitchen, Litti Chokha, Chauhan Victoria Vada, Agarwal’s Pav Bhaji, Marwar Junction and Suruchi Vegetarian Restaurant.
Organiser speak: “New Year celebrations are happening not only in Bengal but in other states as well. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Bihar are some of them. So we thought we would include them all in this food festival,” said Ramesh Pandey, general manager, marketing and events, Ambuja Neotia Group.
What: The Saturday Club presents Udayaan in association with t2
Where: The Saturday Club, 7 Wood Street
When: April 14, 7.30pm
Expect: To usher in the Bengali New Year on a melodious note, with tabla player Sabir Khan and sitarist Partha Bose on stage. Relish a festive menu that includes Fish Fry, Chicken Cutlet, Devilled Eggs, Luchi Aloo Dum and more.
Entry: For members and their guests only; normal guest charges are applicable.
Organiser speak: “This year we thought of a traditional beginning to the New Year, with some soul-touching music and delicious Bengali food,” said Rahul Arora, convener of entertainment, The Saturday Club.
What: Nabo Aloke Nabo Barsho, in association with t2
Where: Club Eco Vista by Conclave, New Town
When: April 16, 7.30pm
Expect: An evening of good food, music and fun with Bengali songs by Doyel Goswami, and Movers Dance Troupe making sure you have a good time. DJ Sumit will churn out remixes of Bengali folk numbers and hit Bolly tracks. Wrap up the evening with an elaborate Bengali buffet that includes Aam Chilli Salad, Ankurit Salad, Machher Chop, Kanthal Chingri, Payesh and Rosogolla.
Organiser speak: “The event has been planned keeping in mind the tradition of Bengal as we start the evening with Rabindrasangeet, followed by Bengali folk songs and popular Bengali numbers. Traditional Bengali dance will be the highlight of the evening,” said Nitin Kohli, business head, Ambuja Neotia Hospitality.
Entry: By invitation for members. Call 8420020141.
What: Swissotel Kolkata and t2 present Pool Party at Splash
Where: Splash, Swissotel
When: April 14, 7pm to midnight
Expect: It’s time for some water fun at Swissotel once more! DJ Koushik will spin some chill beats, while some fun activities will also be lined up.
Cover: Rs 3,000 for couples, Rs 2,000 for stags and Rs 1,000 for single ladies. Entry charges include unlimited beverage such as Ballantine’s, Budweiser and Absolut, in addition to appetisers and a dinner buffet.