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New To The City? Here's Where You Can Meet Cool Peeps & Make Friends
As if moving to a new city isn’t exhausting enough, the pressure of not having friends makes it even worse. And newbies, we know how tiring it is to make friends when you just move to Hyderabad. Think no conversation goes beyond biryani? Do you see biryani (And only biryani) everywhere you go? Don’t you worry for LBB has a rescue plan! We’ve curated a list of activities, things, and events you can frequent to find not just like-minded people but the crème de la crème of the city. So, let’s get friend-scouting, shall we?
Love good wine and stirring conversations? Hyderabad Wine Society — a club run by Vishal Fernandes and Suryaveer Singh, the sommelier — is where you should head to. Expect something novel and fresh at every dinner and you’ll never be disappointed with their curation of wine and food menu. Plus, you’ll find plenty of fascinating individuals at these dinners. So, all you need to do is join the club and check out their next dinner to attend.
The Hyderabad Walking Company has the best bespoke and heritage walks that are led by Navin Sigamany, a photographer and heritage enthusiast. Navin has a way with words and can ease strangers into conversations. So if you’re attending one of his walks, you’ll explore the Old City with an out of common perspective, get a taste of the city’s grub (That goes beyond biryani, we assure), and befriend not just your fellow participants but Navin too.
Comedy, poetry, storytelling, and maybe even more — Hyderabad’s open mic nights scene is bustling with the city’s best hustlers. Age no bar for friendship? Then find a seven-year-old poet and a 60-year-old comedian sharing stages. These nights are mostly conversational and extroverts can make the most out of it. But if you are an introvert, just sit in the back and go home with a memory of good stories and poems. At the moment, Gallery Cafe, The Moonshine Project are home to several open mic nights, but you can also check out Hyderabad Poetry Project.