4 Ahaatas In Gurgaon To Head To For A Fun BYOB Night!

If places were people, Delhi would be Gurgaon’s stern and urbane older brother. Gurgaon would be the free-wheeling, late-night drinking, sneak-into-the-house younger cousin with it’s BYOB locations, easy booze delivery, and the ability to buy alcohol after 10pm (shocking!).

So, to celebrate Gurgaon({and to cope with end-of-the-month moolah woes), here is a list of some of the city’s most comfortable ahaatas, where you can grab a much-deserved beer and some snacks after work.

PS: While we all enjoy a drink with a friend, we recommend playing it safe and heading to ahaatas in groups.

Outback

Winning for its outdoor seating, an easy-going vibe and a bill that won’t pinch, Outback is probably one of Gurugram’s best-loved ahaatas. While the menu may not be the most impressive, play it safe with some staple bar food (chili chicken!) that will quell the munchies and keep you going as you catch up over a drink or two!

Bars

Outback

Near IREO Sales Gallery, Golf Course Extension Road, Sector 61, Gurgaon

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The Friends Republic Villa

Don’t be fooled by The Friends Republic Villa’s bright, cheery interiors – this joint might look like a fancy restaurant, but it’s an ahaata through and through. If the weather permits it, sit outside in the courtyard and pop open your theka-bought beer. Order a round of starters – we like the Fried Chicken and Honey Chilli Potato – and settle down for an easy-on-the-pocket but super fun evening.

Casual Dining

The Friends Republic Villa

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Marble Market Road, Near Subhash Chowk, Sector 72 A, Gurgaon

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Terminal 1

Complete with a rooftop seating area that mimics the deck of a ship, a few boats and lifesavers, Terminal 1 has been making waves since it ‘docked’ in Gurgaon. We also love this ahaata for its less-conventional menu options – think Amritsary Fish Fry and Tandoori momos.

Pubs

Terminal 1

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Opp. Teri Farms, Gurgaon-Faridabad Road, Baliawas, Gurgaon

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