Editors posted on 16th January

Eight Party Spots in the City that Stay Open Past 1

Cinderella had a midnight curfew, but your cars aren’t turning into pumpkins, and your fancy clothes aren’t turning to rags, so what’s stopping you from dancing the night away? Most places in the city do shut shop at midnight, but we hear there are a select few that operate even past 1 in the morning.

So, if you’re looking to slip your dancing shoes on and party into the wee hours of the morning, here are some leads on where you should be driving down to.

PS: We recommend always checking with the club beforehand; they don’t always individually follow the same hours. Also, unfortunately they don’t always divulge details on the phone, so you’re forced to do a drive by.

Club BW

If you’re up for a night of luxury and international DJ music, Club BW is your place. As the name suggests, the theme here is black and white. The club encourages private partying, with its segregated sections. The lounges include VVIP Domain, VIP Domain and General Domain {depending on how much dough you’re willing to part with}. Then there’s the King’s lounge and the Queen’s lounge, if you’re really looking for a grandeur-filled night. So, you can go down the table route, but if it’s a post 1am pit stop, there’s plenty of standing room around the bar.

24/7 Bar

Needless to say, the 24/7 Bar at The Lalit is open 24 hours, offering guests an array of premium alcohol and bar snacks. There’s no dancing here, but lots of comfy sofas, and a jazz bar for those nights you want to relax with a drink {or a bottle!}. Always a treat, because it’s quiet, not a club, and lets you actually talk.

China Kitchen

China Kitchen turns into a bar, right after the last order of food. If you are dining late, you’ll be able to see people filtering into the bar area closer to 1am. Drinks are exorbitantly priced, and you can expect to see some of Delhi’s richest. Don’t expect loud music, and a banger of a night; think more hotel bar, made livelier because people have nowhere else to go.

Kitty Su

Known for their late night dance music events, and popular among the young and old of Delhi, Kitty Su is one of our most bumping clubs. They have a tattoo parlour, mini club within a club called The Salon, Champagne lounge and a specific ‘A’ list section. Open only three days a week {Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays}, you have to catch them primarily on the weekends.

Polo Lounge

The Polo Lounge is an intimate club, and known for its delicious cocktails. Head over to this traditional party spot {your parents probably know about it} and grab a place at the bar before it fills up. Their finger foods and bar snacks aren’t too bad either!