Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Gaming bar opens doors in Mumbai

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Bringing an array of extraordinary #drinkinggames, a quirky menu of snacks, a plethora of specially #craftedcocktails -- #PlayTheLounge -- was launched here with a promise to redefine the lounging experience.

Founded by entrepreneurs Divyesh Thakkar, Kaushik Mehta and Samir Gandhi and sprawling over an area of 4700 sq ft, Play-The Lounge by Trizen Hospitality Pvt Ltd, aims to be one of the foremost interactive lounge with a roster of gripping dual as well as multi-player games such as kings, beer pong, alco hockey, drunken tower, battle shots and black jack, read a statement.

Thakkar, Co-founder and Executive Director of Play - The Lounge, said: "The interactive lounge has been designed bearing in mind the preferences of the upwardly mobile segment who are constantly exploring exciting options. We have upped the engagement level thus ensuring that it gives guests a wide scope to unwind, socialise and enjoy." 
Other games include custom-designed versions of board games like chess, ludo and Snakes & Ladders which will transport patrons back to their childhood -- albeit with a thrilling addition of shot glasses. 

Equipped with an five-seater round table consisting of an inbuilt remote controlled pop-up mini bar, the Lounge has made the kings game -- a card game wherein players have to dispense drinks depending on the cards that are drawn -- an exhilarating experience.

While gaming is bound to build an appetite, a menu of varied cuisines created with a twang of Indian flavours like naan tacos, bhangra burgers, Amritsari popcorn shrimp, the drunk chicken, bhuna ghost fries, mushroom baklava, and bento box served in a visually delightful manner will leave the taste buds craving for more. 

Play - The Lounge was launched at Lower Parel here on Saturday.

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