49’ers have different types of entertainment lined up for each day. They have a variety of drinks available like rum, gin, vodka, fenny, and mocktails. A lot of breakfast items…
49ers Restaurant & Pub, Next to Hotel Sea Coin, Colva Beach, Salcete, Colva, Goa 403708
Firefly Goan Bistro Bar is a cozy place with warmth and live entertainment. They serve becoming Goan classics and continental dishes like tempura prawns, pork ribs, potato wedges,…
Firefly Goan Bistro Bar, Vasvaddo Beach Road, Benaulim, Goa 403716
Dig into oriental blended flavours like Malaysian, Thai, and Japanese. Try out exquisite dishes like the sushi platter, roast duck, chili crab, succulent pork dumpling, date pan…
The Red Ginger, Florida Garden Colva Road, Vanelim, MARGAO, Goa 403708
Try out appetizing food here like pizzas, grills, pasta, and crispy pork. They serve a good quantity so that one can have a hearty meal.
UZZO Grill & Cafe, Fatona, Colva, Goa 403708
Café Mojo is an English pub with a Goan heart. It is India’s first e-beer pub where a person pours their own beer. The cheery ambience and music will make it a good experience.…
Café Mojo Pub & Bistro, A/6, Skylark Apartments, M. B. Road, Ozari, Panjim, Goa 403001
Showbar provides entertainment and different theme nights like Rock n Roll Thursdays. They serve good snacks like chicks on sticks, stuffed mushrooms, pizza fries, fillet mignon,…
Showbar, Beside SinQ Nightclub, Sinquerim, Candolim, Goa 403515
This popular place plays great music and is full of energy. Dance away and snack on some good food like prawn sambar curry, bebinca with ice-cream, jacket potatoes, grills, and…
Cape Town Cafe, Tito's Lane, Baga Calangute Rd, Saunta Vaddo, Bardez, Goa 403516
Kamaki is located on Tito’s Lane, Baga. They serve North Indian and Chinese dishes like fish & chips, club sandwich, chicken Hawaiian salad, pork vindaloo, along with alcohol.
Kamaki, Titos Lane, Saunta Vaddo, Baga, Goa 403516
Take in the beautiful view of the Arabian Sea at Shore bar. They serve drinks like wines and cocktails along with delicious food like banana & chocolate, seafood paella, meat…
Shore Bar, anjuna beach, goa, Goa 403509
Francis De Sousa, Vasudev Shetye and Nandini Raikar will be exhibiting their art from September 12 till November 30, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at H No 386, Amblimoll, Guirdolim, Chandor. The exhibition is curated by private art dealer, Swetlana Cardoso. Details: 9822814957
Handicrafts, daily essentials, sarees, suits, organic products, fashion accessories made by women entrepreneurs will be available at the Navratri exhibition-cum-sale organised by Tarang on September 20 till September 22 at Caculo Mall, St Inez Panaji. Details: 9158063030.
A workshop aimed at developing and designing a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) with the main focus being converting Arduino projects to a prototype on September 21 and September 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at PCCE, Verna. Fee: `1200 per person, `4500 for a group of 4. Details: 7719882533/8805587139.
A voice modulation workshop conducted by Saidutt Kamat and organised by CIBA in association with Dream Prime will take place on September 21 and September 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at CIBA, Verna. Fee:`1500. Fee for students:`1200. Details: 9404913070.
The first Hannibal Race Goa is being organised on September 22, 6 a.m. onwards at Takar, Ambaulim Pirla Road, Quepem. Spanning over eight kilometres and 25 obstacles, the race welcomes participants such as students, individuals, corporate, members of running and fitness clubs, etc. Details: 7219596244. (Exact location not featured on map)
Learn to make biryanis and more on September 22, 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Irene’s Culinary studio, Porvorim. Details: 7517594465 / email@example.com (Kindly contact given number for exact location)
On Sunday, 22nd September, Museum of Goa will host a talk by the writer and heritage conservationist, Heta Pandit, from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM as part of its MOG SUNDAYS series. The talk is open and free to all. In this performance piece, Heta Pandit will introduce us to songs sung over the grinding stone. These were songs composed and sung by Goan women while they ground grain for the day. This early morning chore was a solitary activity, often given to a new daughter-in-law as the first chore of the day. The songs are filled with expectation and eagerness, despair and inner strength, also an eternal quest for identity and recognition. This event brings stories from the Goan kitchen and backyard into a wider public space, revealing a hitherto unseen, unheard of Goan voice. The event is based on the 2018 book, Grinding Stories – Songs of Goa. Storyteller Sarojini Bhiva Gaonkar will accompany Heta Pandit’s narrative with her grinding stone. Heta Pandit’s first job was with Dr. Jane Goodall on a chimpanzee research station in Tanzania. She came to Goa in 1995 and has written several books on Goa, many of which are considered foundational books […]