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A New Year Day Plan For Everyone Who Doesn’t Wanna Party

Rene posted on 28th December

If you’re someone who sulks in bed simply because you think Delhi only parties on New Year's eve, we have some good news. There's a lot you can do on Dec 31 even if it's too late to plan an outstation trip.

Go sign up for everything on this list {none of these involve overpriced drinks and crappy music} or pick and choose but hey, don't complain about there being no option.

Begin With This Food Tour

Photo: Sarang Gupta/LBB

Photo: Sarang Gupta/LBB

Do What? Pamper the foodie in you with this tour of Old Delhi’s time cherished eating legends. You will comb through the narrow streets of Chawri Bazaar, stopping at about eight places to sample 11-14 food items including lassi, kachoris, chaat and more.

For How Much? INR 2,000

Book here

Watch A Play

Photo source: Pexels

Photo source: Pexels

Do What? Head over to watch Waiting For Godot at LTG Auditorium. You can usher in New Year’s on an intellectual, deep-thinking mode by following this story of two tramps who are waiting for Godot.

Or if you aren’t the serious play variety, there’s 100 Gram Zindagi, a funny family drama at Mandi House.

For How Much? INR 200 onwards for both

Book here for Waiting For Godot and here for 100 Gram Zindagi.

Shop For Handicrafts


Photo: Sarang Gupta/LBB

Do What? The weather’s perfect for Dilli Haat, but if you want to make it more than just a look-see trip, sign up for this afternoon cultural tour of INA Dilli Haat with Seek Sherpa.

You’ll interact with the artisans, explore the history behind the pashminas and pearls you’re buying… and there are always Sikkim momo to begin 2017 on a yummy note.

For How Much? INR 800

Book here.

Laugh Like An Idiot At This Night Comedy Show


Photo source: Manas Tayal

Do What? Enjoy an evening of LOL with Comedy Cocktail 2016 where there’s a stellar line-up of comic acts with Jeeveshu Ahluwalia, Sumit Anand, Manas Tayal and CueLess Improv. 

This will be 3 hours of your time throwing all those “2016 sucked” thoughts outta the window with cool magic tricks, free style rap and even unlimited food and drinks. This event doesn’t come cheap, but it might be up your alley if dancing to Badshah isn’t. Check the updates on Facebook here.

For How Much? The passes start at INR 4,500 onwards

Featured photo source: pexels