Hur­ray! It’s rain­ing of­fers on match day

HT City - - Front Page - Naina Arora naina.arora@hin­dus­tan­times.com

One of the most awaited cricketing clashes, the In­dia vs Pak­istan fi­nal of the ICC Cham­pi­ons Tro­phy, is here. The hos­pi­tal­ity cir­cle in Delhi has re­sponded with of­fers, of­fers and more of­fers.

Flaunt the In­dian jer­sey and get a free beer mug at Lanterns Kitchen and Bar, Ra­jen­dra Place. At Piali, the Curry Bistro, Con­naught Place (CP), there’s a 20% dis­count, and on top of this, there’s an ex­tra 5% off every time Pak­istan loses a wicket.

Junk­yard Café (all out­lets in CP, Ra­jouri Gar­den, Saket) has in­tro­duced new cock­tails such as Be­ware of In­dian play­ers, Raina Shots, and Vi­rat Shoot­ers, along with a spe­cial Cricket Pitch plat­ter. Restau­ra­teur Umang Te­wari says, “In the match be­tween In­dia and Pak­istan, the view­ers are equally in­volved, if not phys­i­cally, but emo­tion­ally. It’s a day to stand for Team In­dia. Watch out for a 10% dis­count on food and bev­er­age if In­dia wins.”

Team In­dia’s vic­tory will taste sweeter at Lord Of The Drinks (Delhi, Gur­gaon, Mum­bai), Ware­house Café, Fly­ing Saucer (CP, Nehru Place, Gur­gaon), Teddy Boy (CP), The Town House Café (CP), Open House (CP), Ware­house Café (CP) and Ta­masha (Delhi, Mum­bai), as pa­trons will have big dis­counts com­ing their way. “On Team In­dia’s vic­tory, pa­trons get 50% off on food and bev­er­age at all my out­lets,” says restau­rant owner Priyank Sukhija.

“It’s time to bleed blue,” says Anan­dita Singh, from Le Meri­dien, Gur­gaon. “This match is ex­tremely spe­cial for our coun­try. We wanted to pro­vide a per­fect am­bi­ence at the Lon­gi­tude Bar, with live screen­ing and an all-in­clu­sive of­fer of beer bucket at `999, plus other of­fers.”

FROM DRINKS NAMED AF­TER TOP PLAY­ERS TO EX­TRA DIS­COUNTS FOR EVERY PAK­ISTANI BATS­MAN’S SCALP, THERE’S MUCH ON THE MENU FOR FANS

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