Area 51, Baner, pune

  • Average Cost: ₹ 1500 for two people
  • Cuisines: IndianContinental&Chinese
  • Contact: +919021308076
  • Address: Pancard Clubs, Baner, pune-411045, MH


So, the awaited time of the year is back again with a lot of excitement and enthusiasm where all the ICC Word Cup cricket fans will be cheering at top of their lungs with beers and drinks in their hand.  What’s better than sitting in a bar or pub with your friends and cheering for your favorite team with drinks in your hand. The big screen at every pub plays live ICC Cup 2019 screening which you can debate over who’s the better player over kebabs and cocktails. All of the cricket fans have different choices when it comes to enjoying match. Some prefer quite rooftop dinning while some prefer beautiful ambience with delicious food, some demands fully energized enthusiasm environment, some of them prefer chilling at terrace pub with nice cooked food and beer in one hand.

Watching live screening at pub is far better than watching it at home because at pubs you can just chill without having any tension of being a good host. You can order delicious food with a shot of Black Dog or Signature in one hand and cheering for your favorite team.

So, what you guys waiting for go and chill with beer all day at nearby pub and bars with your friends and family in this World Cup season and cheers for your favorite team.

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4 Things You Need To Know About A Old-Fashioned Cocktail

The old-fashioned cocktail is one of the classic cocktails that has gone very fewer changes from the time it got invented. It is the perfect cocktail which is a little sweet and a little bitter. Here are five facts about this iconic cocktail. Next time when you are at a pub nearby and sipping this iconic cocktail, share these points with your friends and show off your cocktail knowledge.

  1. Typical old-fashioned consists of Spirit, sugar, bitters, and water which are the ideal components of a perfect cocktail.

  2. Although the original recipe was made with whiskey, this cocktail can be made with mezcal, rum, gin, and other spirits. In 1887 the first version was made with gum syrup, ice, Angostura bitters, a couple of dashes of Caco and whiskey. By 1900 the angosturas were let go and swapped the gum syrup with raw sugar. All the alterations had a citrus peel on the top.

  3. A brandy variation of this cocktail originated in Wisconsin which was carried by many German immigrants who settled in the state in the late 19th century.

  4. A perfect cocktail is one which has a balance between all the ingredients, and nothing must be overbearing. In the case of old-fashioned sugar makes all the difference, the balance depends on the source and the amount of sugar. If you are using simple syrup, then use a younger bourbon which is 80-90 proof.

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