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As one walks down the streets into Tito’s on the Baga road there is a distant murmur across the yard to the shiny lights and sounds of Hindi music in the background. Conceptualised by Bhumika Singh, Bollywood nights have taken Goa by a storm. The weekend is packed with locals and tourists alike to a crowd capacity at the club. Start off with a Dry Martini if you are going old school, as you listen to Chamak Chalo or the Lungi Dance with a modern twist. The Blue Hawaii packs a punch and is potent. One can try their famous Seafood pizza and the BMT - Bacon, Mushroom and Tomatoes before the nights done.
We went there on Thursday night, had to pay 1700 for couple entry just to weird crowd, need to beg for a glass of drink n only thing to eat is fries. They have only two bartender to serve drink on live counter while there are more then 20 ppl asking for drink, guess that's their startagy to not to serve in free limit which they commit as unlimited drink. Even to eat there is only veg fries n veg bhajias which was also not avbl n had to ask someone to fill in buffet bowl. I just wish I had not gone there as had wasted 1700 rs n got less then 17 fries in it. Crowd is nasty wherein they just need to barge in if they see any alone girl standing.
Bollywood night on Saturday was wonderful, we had a lot of fun with family. Mocktails were ordinary stuff
It comes with the brand Tito ... Nice experience ... The food is good but you got to know what to order ... starters are very nice ... lovely n lively place to be
Tito's is a classic example of an establishment living on it's past glory. It is nothing like what it used to be back in the day:a beach shack with good food and great music. What stands today is a regular restaurant with loud,blaring horrible music catering to low budget travellers who come there due to it's hype and cheap booze. The food is mediocre to say the least. The kitchen looked really dirty and the bathrooms are apalling as well for a restaurant which was empty when we arrived and which is fairly expensive for food. Pity that this is what has become of what was once a shack that had a typical "Goa chilled out vibe" has now become a place I'd rather not be to. Please don't waste your time going there if you're looking for a shack to chill out at.
We loved a great dinner here and were treated to a Table-side magic performance by Tito's Magician. Food was decent and value was enhanced by this Magical Treat !
Which is the first city you think of when you crave for some throbbing nightlife? Some say Mumbai and some say Bengaluru but a lot many agree it’s Goa. Goa has an element of fascination for us. The city has a never ending energy that is infectious and infuses you the moment you step out of your hotel room to sample. It’s amazing how it captures you and uplifts your spirit like no other city could. If you are serious about partying and are in Goa for that precise reason then head towards Tito’s Lane at Baga, where you will find a happening nightclub called as ‘Tito’s Bollywood Discotheque’. The place is iconic for the locals and is a must visit if you want to taste some of Goa’s magical nightlife.
Being one of the most sought after nightspots in Goa, Tito’s Bollywood Discotheque gets filled pretty quickly. We recommend you to go early or call ahead to reserve. A great booze selection makes or breaks a bar and in case of Tito’s Bollywood Discotheque, the menu is fabulous. Variety is exhaustive and includes a vast range of scotches, wines, rum, tequila, beers, Goan brews and cocktails. Get the party started with a round of shots. Nibble alongside on few appetizers from their delicious eclectic menu. Munch on, fish malai tikka, tandoori mushroom, chicken wings, veg seekh kabab, rawa fried calamari, bruschetta, golden fried prawns, beef crispy and tuna bruschetta. For a more substantial bite pick on, Goan sausage pizza, penne arrabiata, pomfret recheado, veg au gratin, paneer curry with rice, beef chilly fry, fish kolhapuri, prawn balchao, grilled chicken breast and garlic butter crabs.
Way into the night when it’s too late for a heavy proper meal, make do with a platter of sandwiches or eggs to order. Now you don’t have to search for a breakfast place after partying all night long. Sober down with a cup of coffee or tea. They even do juices and shakes. Take to the dance floor and move to the peppy Bollywood tunes. Sit on the upper level near to the railing to get the premium view of the dance floor. The entire space lights up with shiny lights and smoke guns while people sway to the music lost in their own worlds. The vibe is exhilarating, pulsating and uplifting, just right for a lively night out.