Best time to visit cafes
Karen Pineiro, 20, has been making weekend plans to the best restaurants and clubs in town for the last two days.mumbai Updated: Jan 28, 2011 00:56 IST
Karen Pineiro, 20, has been making weekend plans to the best restaurants and clubs in town for the last two days.
The reason: Various discounts and offers across restaurants and cafes such as Barista, Coffee Day, Dominos and Rajdhani on No TV Day on January 29.
“Getting a whopping 10 % off on the food and beverages at Blue Frog in Lower Parel has just added some zing to my Saturday,” said Pineiro, who has already secured her ‘unique mobile coupon code’ by texting ‘FOOD’ to 542421.
“I’m planning to have a sumptuous lunch at Leopold Café and head straight to Blue Frog in the night,” giggled Pineiro, who has decided to keep her gym routine at bay only for this Saturday.
The SMS offers will be applicable for both, locating the area-wise restaurants as well as availing special offers at over 300 restaurants that have registered themselves with the campaign.
To avail of these offers, the readers have to simply display their unique mobile coupon code at the participating outlet, and gorge on some delicious food.
As the city’s foodies will be busy restaurant hopping, children will be painting the town red; but well under their parents’ supervision.
Students across 53 city schools will be putting their imaginations and painting talents to test, to win big and exciting goody bags worth over Rs 16.5 lakh.
“It is a wonderful opportunity for students right from the first to the seventh grade to come under one platform and strengthen their family bonds,” said K S Jamali, principal, Beacon High School.
The school students will have to paint on the theme of ‘a day out with our family’.
Father Jude Fernandes, principal, St. Stanislaus School, Bandra is as enthusiastic as his own school students.
“The concept is new and my students have been honning their painting skills diligently in the last couple of days, to
ensure that we at the school manage to grab the big gifts,” said Father Fernandes, adding that the “parent-student” bonding is an added incentive.