Kolkata's new multi-level lounge Drunken Teddy offers chill and thrill to party lovers
Kolkata: Promising to give party lovers in Kolkata a new venue to experience thrill, the multi-level lounge Drunken Teddy opened in the city recently.
Located near the Exide Crossing and spread across 15,000 square feet, the lounge promises to mesmerize visitors with its extravagant indoor and multiple outdoor seating options.
The ceiling has a height of 32 feet and to add to the beauty of the decoration there is a huge chandelier hanging from it.
The lounge offers its guests an unforgettable high-energy experience with its state-of-the-art lighting and sound facility.
Akshit Agarwal, co-owner, told IBNS: “We are enticed to open our doors into the growing entertainment scene of Kolkata with our brand Drunken Teddy. We are sure to give the crowd high energy feels with the lights and sound that has been used for the first time in India.”
He further added, “We are thrilled to offer our guests a unique and immersive experience with our urban forest walkway theme. The use of various elements such as planters, intelligent lighting, and the story of the Drunken Teddy will create an unforgettable experience for our guests.”
The place offers a variety of cocktails and mocktails to the foodies of Kolkata.
In the cocktail section, the lounge offers Saffron Colada, Wedding Bell, Ginger Peach Margarita, and Smoked Earl Grey Martini, among others.
The mocktail section has Teddy Melon Ball, Cold Brew Sour, Guava Delight, Orange Clove Lemonade, and a few more.
Apart from the weekend, the lounge offers to provide its visitors with a relaxed ambiance on every Wednesday with a live music session.
Guests can experience some thrilling high-octane vibes on Saturday with in-house DJs playing the top chartbusters of the day.
Some exciting food offered:
The menu includes food like Acapulco Tostada, Drunken Chicken and the Olive All’ Asco Lana.
The joint also carries Salads, Breads, Soups, Appys, Indian, Italian and Asian Main courses with Grills.
Price for two: INR 2000 with alcohol
(Reporting by Priyam Mallick Hazra)