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It’s April and summer and IPL. The cricket frenzy country gets soaked into cricket madness and nothing can be a better way to unwind the evenings than watching the live screening of IPL matches. These are the 5 places in Kolkata where you will make the most of your dining experience coupled with live screenings of IPL Matches.
Want an open-air screening then head for this place. Open air places are rare in Kolkata and this place situated on one of the terraces of The Astor Hotel has a wonderful atmosphere to enjoy the IPL matches. And do not worry, the air mister fans work wonders for keeping the place cool. Since it is summer, they have a special summer menu to go with the season and the Vodka Popsicles are worth trying out.
This popular pub in Salt Lake Sector V has some amazing offers for the days when the home team KKR is playing and enjoy the match on the large screen with some great food offerings. The vastness of this place will allow you to enjoy the match with your friends yet be left alone with the group.
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This rooftop restro Bar overlooking Ma flyover is perhaps the perfect setting to hang out with your friends for live IPL screening. There are many interesting offers on the liquor where if 11 friends walk in together, they get a flat discount of 20% on F & B or select from various drinks named after teams like Bangalore Bombard, Chennai Pine Spice, Mumbai's Finest, etc.
Some amazing offers, jerseys and flags of the team and a giant screen make the Pour House a perfect place to enjoy the IPL and cheer for your favourite teams. Additionally, it has got some amazing offers for 1:1 Hookahs from 12 till 5 PM and on alcohol too from 3 to 7 PM.
The live IPL matches will be screened on 3 large screens and where else do you want to enjoy your matches. Special deals on alcohols and pitchers make community drinking more enjoyable.
A true blue Kolkata foodie, Anindya loves cooking and eating his Kosha Mangsho. Anindya weaves stories around food as he believes exceptional food is an emotional experience. Previously a restauranter, now a passionate photographer and traveller, he runs a successful blog called Pikturenama and contributes to other publications.