No week is a dull week when it comes to alcohol and last week stayed true to this as well. This week’s Unsobered Happenings rounds up the most notable boozy events from around the world.
Bandra’s latest offering features classic cocktails with an Indian twist
The third project from the Pali family, Pali Thai in Bandra is the new hot topic in town. With only space for 40 diners, this place is no less than an exclusive club. But what caught Unsobered’s attention is their exquisite wine menu. Their classic cocktail section features several spices and classic cocktails with Indian twists.
Deli Cocktail House is redefining Delhi’s drinking scene
It’s about time that you hear of Deli Cocktail, a hospitality start-up by Mohit D Chandani and Ayush Gupta who will deliver any cocktail you want at your events. The first of its kind cocktail catering venture, they have already tied up with 10 leading banquets across Delhi. This is the kind of innovation we need.
Not drinking enough in your middle-age can increase the risk of dementia
You read that right. According to a recent study published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), abstinence in midlife is associated with a 45% higher risk of dementia compared with people who consumed between one and 14 units of alcohol per week. So, drink some more fellas, but drink responsibly.
World’s longest surviving bar named the best bar of 2018
Another feather on the cap of London’s iconic American Bar at Savoy hotel, it’s been voted as the best bar of 2018 by a panel of 140 industry experts at one of the most influential events of the bartending world. This achievement proves that if you keep up your quality of services and bring in innovation, you are timeless.
Canada is getting experimental with their brews
The legalization of recreational marijuana seems to have opened up a new window of opportunities for Canadian breweries. Molson Coors, the Canadian-American brewing company announced that they will be developing a new line of beverages infused with marijuana! That’s interesting, to say the least.