I had been frequently working Hoot into our weekend conversations of “where do we go for lunch today?”. Mr. H finally gave in this weekend, and we went there for a late lunch 🙂
Hoot is a massive microbrewery located on Sarjapur Road and is a new addition to the rapidly expanding list of microbreweries in the city. It is spread over a whopping 40000 sq ft and resembles a warehouse or garage from outside.
I had seen some beautiful pictures of its striking ambiance on different websites and blogs, and was looking forward to visiting it.
Bangalore has its fair share of microbreweries, and after having visited quite a few of them I can say this place probably has one of the best brews(Windmills Craftworks still tops my list though :)).
The much awaited long weekend was finally here and after some convincing, Mr. H agreed to go towards the crowded end of intermediate ring road 🙂 He loathes the traffic towards Indiranagar, but thankfully it turned out to be smooth (thanks to the long weekend!).
153 Biere Street is a picturesque address tucked away in Whitefield. The place has a microbrewery, couple of cafes, boutiques etc and has a certain old world charm to it. It feels like a different world altogether with beautiful brick lanes, victorian lights and antique wrought iron furniture.
I had seen some beautiful photos and reviews of the outlet of Biere Club here and decided to visit it over the weekend. I had been to the one on Lavelle road and liked the brews and food.
After coming so far to Malleshwaram, and getting disappointed at High Ultra Lounge, we decided to try out District 6, which is on the ground floor of Sheraton Grand. I had seen pictures of its swanky interiors and read rave reviews.
It’s a microbrewery with German brews, and rustic wooden interiors with a modern touch. We reached around 10 and the place was buzzing. Their receptionist promptly got us a table inside.
Another place which was long pending on my list. Reached here on a gloomy Sunday afternoon without reservation and was surprised to see it packed!
The place looked beautiful with wooden interiors. They had long wooden benches as well as individual tables.
There was no one manning the reservation desk, so we moved on and tried to find someone who could get us a table. We asked one of the servers who looked somewhat clueless and drifted off in another direction. Finally a lady came and said it would take 5-10 minutes.
We had crossed this place millions of times and never got around to visiting it.
On sunday however, we had plans of visiting another place on St. Marks road, but there was no parking available and we decided to try out biere club. Lucky us!
This place has been one of our favorite microbreweries for a while now. Hubby loves their brews and I’m not much of a beer person, but I love their mojitos. And of course their delectable nandu’s chaat. Unfortunately, our last experience was so bad, we decided never to go back again.