‘…. Of all the gin joints , in all the towns, in all the worlds, she walks into mine.’

The scene begins in a dimly lit basement of a speakeasy tucked away in a market in Vasant Vihar. Frank Sinatra’s ‘New York, New York’ greets you as you walk into a room filled with young and fabulous people, laughing and chatting with drinks in hand. Two lovely ladies meet you at the bar, welcoming you to what they call the DCC. The energy is palpable, and before you can take it all in, your gaze is forced in the direction of a deep baritone beckoning everyone. You find yourself slowly being surrounded by people as a dapper, albeit small gentleman takes the stage behind the bar. You look around – familiar faces from the last Thursday night at the Gymkhana club, or perhaps even ones you saw at this very bar last friday… the lady you held the door open for, the gentleman you met in the smoking room.  The star mixologist behind the bar snaps you back to attention; it takes no time for his charm to win you over;  you relax and begin to unwind… 

Take a company dedicated to finding all things and places cool in Delhi, another that concocts delicious beverages to keep us in high spirits, and put them in a space that serves up some of the best cocktails in the city. It was over a combination of these very drinks that some ideas were exchanged, and what came out of it was something right up your alley –  a one stop destination for good times, great company, and a tip or two on the art of cocktail making. Presenting,

Delhi Cocktail Club

Starring Little Black Book Delhi, Getafix and you.

Supported by Rémy Cointreau

Our love for movies and a good drink pretty much decided the theme for our next session of the Delhi Cocktail Club. The stars of the evening – apart from our very own master mixologist Arijit –  the Vesper from Casino Royale, the White Russian from the Big Lebowski and the Polynesian Pearl Diver from Django Unchained. We’ll be talking the talk, getting you to make these fabulous cocktails, and walking the walk… well that part is totally in your hands!

Date | Wednesday, 15th January

Time | 7.30pm to 10pm

Venue | PCO

Charges | INR 2500 per person, INR 2300 per person for groups of two or more

What this includes | The workshop, the alcohol {a tasting portion of each cocktail}, appetizers at PCO, a chance to get behind the bar, a gift for attending, a few more drinks, and a free car ride home!

The folks at Uber have arranged free swanky car rides {we’ve driven around in a Mercedes just for fun!} exclusively for LBBD readers. We’ll send you details once you sign up!


We’re fully booked for this session but if you’d like to join us for the next one, write to us on contactus@lbb.in and we’ll keep you updated!

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