Events in Bengaluru

July 16, 2022 03:47 pm | Updated 03:47 pm IST

Mystical notes

Ranga Shankara presents “Secrets of a Mystic Song”, which will feature bhakti and Sufi songs by Kabir Project with Prashant Parvataneni. The event will be held on July 17 at 5.30 pm. The event is a part of RS Connect and is open to all. Call 26493982 for details.


Monsoon menu

Embark on a culinary journey at Chowman, which has come up with 15 new dishes for the monsoon. There will be vegetarian and non vegetarian options with dishes such as stir fried pak choi garlic sauce, sliced fish in soya chilli, steamed chicken in exotic vegetable to name a few.

The food is priced at ₹ 1,000 for two. Call the helpline number 18008902150 for details.


Sundowner at SOCIAL

There will be a Sunday sundowner at Koramangala SOCIAL on July 17 at 7.30 pm. The event will feature Jitwam, Synths Back, Peach Block, Skye and the genre will be House Music. Tickets available on


Anniversary menu

Suzy Q by 1522 celebrates its first anniversary — SASSYversary — on July 17 with a special food and cocktail menu.

There will also be a live music performance by Ruth and John, where guests can dance while sipping on their anniversary cocktails. Price starts at ₹ 350 upwards and limited tables. Dial 918047250088 or visit to reserve your place.


Traditional dishes

Grand Mercure Bengaluru at Gopalan Mall brings Rampuri cuisine. The menu pays homage to a forgotten lineage of Nawabs from Uttar Pradesh and the lesser-known delicacies of their royal kitchens.

The following dishes will be served during the festival — taar gosht korma, Nafees daal shammi, Rampuri sandali aloo and roti ka halwa.

The menu will be available between 7.30 pm and 10.30 pm till July 19.

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