“Work Hard, Play Hard”
The right way to live is to balance fun and work. Nobody should be stressing 24×7, it’s just as important to go out, live your life and make memories. Living in Delhi is full of its perks and one of those is the number of fests that are organised here.
Now, who here doesn’t love food? Nobody says no to food, now imagine a place with food from all your favourite outlets, with beautiful decor, and music. Sounds perfect, right? On this note, we introduce to you the Horn Ok Please, a food festival.
It’s conducted every year and it’s one of a kind. It’s a three-day long fest with a unique artist lineup every day and a food itinerary as long as you can imagine.
The artist lineup last year consisted of popular names like Unplugged, Antariksh, Rocknaama and Udit Sehgal.
In the previous years they have offered fun activities divided in zones like:
• Kebab Gully – BBQ & Live Grills
Offering more than a 100 types of kebabs
• Food Truck Park (which also a dance floor)
• Dessert Lane – Waffles, Shakes, Ice-creams
• China Town – Top Asian Restaurants
• Momo Land (I know you were waiting for this one)
• Quirk Bazaar – A Flea Market
• Grub Campus – Everything under 200 Bucks
The Grub Campus played host to Chaat Hub. For the street food lovers out there, you can binge on Dahi Bhalla, Kulfi, Golgappe and more.
• Popup District – Top Restaurants from Across India
• Home-grown Bands – Over 25 artists
• Experience Zones – Trampolines, Skateboarding, Bull Riding, Karting, Segway
Having an entire zone dedicated to momos tells us how much they know about the target audience.
Am I right or am I right? The cherry on the cake, they gave people a break from steam momos, introducing types like yummy Jhol Momos, Open Momos and Kothey Momos.
For the pizza lovers, last year it was the Bing’s which brought to you Peri Peri Paneer Pizza, Smoked Chicken Pizza, Arrabiatta Pasta, Agent Jack’s Chicken Burger and so much more. You can expect a cheese explosion this year too.
This is their 5th edition and last time they partnered with UberEats and Maggi. And in their own words “Say whatttttt?”.
This fest brings to you food from popular names like Jack N Chill, Woodbox Cafe etc.
Where? Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Gate No. 14
When? 1-3 March 2019. What are you waiting for? Save the dates.
That reminds us, the early bird passes are being sold for as low as a 100 bucks and there’s free entry for children below the age of eight. Go grab them now.
Highlights of this year:
This year what’s special is that they have more than 20 artists and bands performing.
And and they are introducing a section just for kids, and they are calling it the Kiddie Land. This section will consist of rides like helicopter ride, train ride, trampoline and so much more.
The fest is not only about food, there’s so much more. Along with satisfies the foodie in you, it’ll also satisy your shopoholic side with Boho Bazaar – The Epic Flea Market. It includes popup shops around clothing, accessories, home decor, junk jewellery, stationery, merchandise, beauty, lifestyle and much more from across the country at a discounted price. It will also feature mouth watering food from BBQ grills.
Also you can participate in workshops on dreamcatcher making, nail & tattoo art. There’ll be doodling classes, book swaps, drum sales and other activities to keep you engaged.
The fest this year is bigger than ever, featuring a Dessert Lane with your favourite red velvet waffles, churros, brownies, black ice cream, bubble waffles, cake jars, macarons and much more to much on.
The fest will also offer you a chance to enjoy ATV rides. What more can you ask for? Food, shopping and adventure all in the same place!
What makes this fest special is that it brings to you a variety of cuisines. You get to try burgers, sushi, hot dogs, waffles all in the same day.
You can bid goodbye to your diet for one day and relish in the tastiest food from several restaurants and food chains from across the country while at the same time dancing to tunes and drinking beer. Sounds like a day well spent to us. What’s your take?
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