Where do you go now, if you want to party in Gurgaon?
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Where do you go now, if you want to party in Gurgaon?

For those used to partying hard after work or on weekends, the government ban could spell a slump in lifestyle. City Spidey finds out the prevailing mood in the city.

Where do you go now, if you want to party in Gurgaon?

For corporate employees used to letting it loose on weekends at Gurgaon’s popular party haunts — DLF Cyber Hub and Sector 29 — the government’s ban on bars will signify a huge slump in lifestyle. And people are certainly not happy about it.

Corporate employees and IT executives, who are regular visitors to these bars and pubs, feel there is no place in the NCR that offers such an interesting array of food, liquor and wine.

“We regularly visit Sector 29 on weekends and have parties there. The ambience is great, and fresh beer is available at competitive rates. It has taken years for the Sector 29 market to develop, and this liquor ban will destroy the character of this place,” said Amit Namchal, a senior executive with an MNC.

Rohit Dhingra, senior manager with an MNC, added, “The DLF Cyber Hub has some great upscale restaurants that offer a world-class food and dining experience. This place caters to both international and local visitors. It’s a secure area and is mostly visited by professionals. More importantly, it's safe for women.”

Foreigners, too, are unhappy with the ban.  

“Cyber Hub and Sector 29 are great places to hang out. They offer a lot of dining options for families and couples — basically everyone looking to have fun. There’s adequate parking too. This ban on bars and pubs will certainly kill the spirit of the place,” complained Nagai San, a Japanese national living in Gurgaon for the past three years, and a regular visitor to DLF Cyber Hub.