Top three things this week that all of Delhi’s talking about

top-3-delhiYes, we’re back with this week’s much curated list of three that tells you just about the best ways that’ll take you from middle-of-the-week blahness into a wowsome weekend. This time we’re talking everything from restaurant launches to inspiring sessions. So while we hope you got a good kick out of last week’s blues bashing suggestions, we’re thinking you’ll much enjoy this new upgraded version.

delhi-top-things-to-do-1TC/Inspire Sessions
Starting Thursday, that’s today, drill into yourself some newfound enthusiasm by listening to stories of “creative disruption” by three amazing speakers. All thanks to food-for-thought perpetrators, The Coalition. And when you’re done, who’s to say you can’t hang back and enjoy a few drinks? Especially if they come paired with a live set by NORCOTIQ in the awesome (and aptly selected) Hauz Khas Social setting!
Date: July 31
Timing: 7 – 9 pm
Entry: Free
Address: Hauz Khas Social, 9a &12 Hauz Khas Village

delhi-top-things-to-do-2Disco &; Daiquiris
This event by everyone’s cyber go-to for music news, Wild City and creative collective, WeThePPL will see the city’s usual crème-de-la-cool. Besides residents, Moniker and Gaurav Malaker’s kick ass disco tunes. So it’s a good thing then that the Summer House bar will be offering some classic daiquiris to further disco up “Delhi’s newest dance party.”
Date: Aug 1
Timing: 9 pm onwards
Entry: Free
Address: Summer House Café, Aurbindo Market, Hauz Khas. (More details here.)

delhi-top-things-to-do-3Depot29 Launch
While we still can’t decipher the reason for that name, we can say Chef Ritu Dalmia’s Depot29 launch evening will be pretty damn worth attending. For one, we know the eatery is already being rated really well. For two, who can say no to a launch party, how ever, post dated, especially if it includes food, wine and a live performance by the Rohit Gupta Quartet.
Date: Aug 2
Timing: 7.30 pm onwards
Entry: Invite Only
Address: Depot29, B 6/2, Levels 2 & 3, Commercial Complex (opp. Deer Park), Safdarjung Enclave

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