New takeout station, trump cards, treat truck, bestsellers you can't read & hooters at game night!
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What: Hybrid takeout station, next to Olive Bar and Kitchen, Union Park, Khar (W), call 26050001 / 07 or visit www.hybrid.net.in, home delivery in Bandra and Khar.
Why: bpb scoop – if you’ve had enough of the pizza at Olive, get a piece of the new pie next door. We peeked under the shutters of Hybrid on moving day to learn that the kitchen will dish out hotdogs, shwarma and pizza. Add this to your neighbourhood watch! bpb review out soon.
When: Slated to open August 7.
What: Graphic playing cards by Iktaara, call Kanika on 9980801144 or visit the Facebook group here, also available at Soho, Hughes Road, Rs 800 when ordered directly.
Why: Cry owl with these super cool playing cards, stamped with drawings of the grouchy bird dressed in drag, sporting a crown and juggling hearts. Under her design label Iktaara, JJ Institute graduate Kanika Gupta also produces cool diaries and board games, which can be customised if your order is large enough.
When: You want hooters at game night.
Why: You are cordially invited to an opulent new Bandra store where Reita Singh designs elaborate party invites for the rich and famous, including Manish Arora’s Paris fashion week pass and Abhishek and Aishwary’s wedding card. Ask to see the engagement notice rolled up like a wedding ring and the faux champagne case. Remember, you must RSVP first!
When: You want to look good on paper.
Why: Just Deliveries is our favorite new treat truck, taking sweets from home bakers like Sweet Toot, Sleight of Hand, Goriawala, Truffles, Choc Affaires to the streets. Just give them a call and pick from their stellar line-up of vendors to have your favorite dessert delivered to your doorstep. Savouries are next on their route.
When: You want to make ends treat.
What: Book sculptures by Banoo Batliboi, visit www.booksculptures.in, start at Rs 3,000.
Why: Accordions, fans, a merry-go-round straight out of your childhood – Banoo Batliboi turns old, abandoned books into intricate sculptures that resemble all these and more. Say crease!
When: You want to put a new spin(e) on things.
Event Round-up: Indian Ocean at Hard Rock Cafe on August 6 at 8.30 pm; K. G. Subramanyan’s work on display till August 30 at Art Musings gallery, Colaba; and Wines of York tasting at Pali Village Cafe, Bandra on August 8 at 5 pm, for reservations call 982070450.
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