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Best places for nightout in Mumbai

Mumbai or Bombay, Is an entertainment hub, a finical, and It also showcases the country’s most exotic properties. It is a must-visit place for all. The Mumbai is highly crowded but the fact that Mumbai has shelter for all never changes.
The city never sleeps. Mumbai has more than 50+ Night hangout spots that you can visit.

Note: Littering and consummation of alcohol or cigarettes are banned in the area.

Marine drive Mumbai

Where: Marine lines, south Mumbai
Timings: 5 am to 9 am and 4 pm to 7 pm for fitness freaks and the whole day long for commuters.

Juhu Beach: The Juhu beach of Mumbai is not so popular for swimming but rather it is famous for its chill scenes. You can enjoy the long romantic walk on the sand or the famous Tawa pulao or pav bhaji of Mumbai. Most of the crowd is gone by 8 pm you can plan your trip accordingly,
The roadside snacks and street food is available till late at night so you don’t have to worry about that.
Note: Don’t litter the beaches of Mumbai, if you are planning a picnic with family make sure to carry a bag in which you can collect all the waste along with you.

#CleanMumbaiGreenMumbai

Where:  Juhu Beach Mumbai.

Timings: The peak hours in Juhu beach ends around 8-9 pm every day, You can plan your outings accordingly.

Nightout places are fun in Mumbai: Places for Midnight carvings in Mumbai coffee shops and dessert stop.

Bachelor’s  Mumbai

If you are planning to experience a midnight/late-night food experience, Then bachelor’s is a must to visit place for you, Bachelor’s offers you a wide range of shakes, drinks, desserts, and amazing snacks.

It is a small food chain having 4 outlets in Mumbai. The menu is well organized and the food is pocket-friendly. Bachelor’s is an official pocket-friendly café of Mumbai located near the sea face. 

where: Chowpatty sea face, Mumbai
timings: 11 am to 1:30 am

Lotus café

Lotus café is an ideal place to hang out in Mumbai with your friends, The place offers a  marvelous dining experience to its guests.  It is rightly popular for its drooling coffees and a wide range of buffet items. The buffet has both veg and non-veg options. It also has live counters.

You can either visit Lotus café Mumbai for breakfast or dinner.

where: Juhu tara road, Mumbai

Timings: 24 hours of dining option available.

Street food places to visit in the night: Mumbai

Bademiya

The hub for the late-night street food in Mumbai serves the best kebabs; Kebabs at bademiya are something nonveg lovers live for. Behind the Taj hotel Mumbai the small outlet serves juicy and full of spices meat. The meat is juicy and tendered and is always cooked in slow flame to bring out the taste This roadside eatery is located in the causeway Colaba.
If you are the kind of person who likes to enjoy a meal with a full dining experience than you can also visit their restaurant with ample seating space.
while the street eatery option is available till 1 am only. You can go to dining for food till 3 am.

If you opt for the one which is located near Taj hotel Mumbai then the food will be served on the bonnet of your car, which is a dining experience one of its kind.

Mohammed Ali road : The paradise for meat lovers, Mohammed Ali road of Mumbai is a sole location for all the non-veg lovers. The wide range of Kebabs, nonveg starters, main course, Curry and gravy items are served each day. The market is always heavily crowded.
You can even try the sweet delights famous in the Mugal cuisine.
Mall pua, Sheer-korma, Gulab jamanu, and many more.
while the eateries shut around 10 pm in the nights, One can enjoy full night hogging during the days of Ramadan.

Timings: 4 pm to 10 pm.

Some more places you can visit for a Night out in Mumbai.

  • Gateway  of India.
  • Aarey milk colony.
  • Powai lake.
  • Tamasha (Kamla mills Lower parel).
  • Caravan menu (Thane).
  • Leopold café
  • Rude lounge (powai).
  • CST station .
  • Worli sea face.
  • Ban stand.
  • Carter Road.

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12 thoughts on “Best places for nightout in Mumbai”

  1. Noor Anand Chawla

    I am a resident of Delhi but on my visits to Bombay I have been to most of these places at night time. Good list!

  2. This is a very helpful post for me as I have regular visits to bombay in every 2 months. And the next one is just round the corner, I have been to some of the mentioned places in my previous trips and some will cover in the next now.

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