New Delhi: After successfully completing eight months in Delhi and NCR region and earning rave reviews from readers and critics, India’s first food and nightlife monthly is all set to take Mumbai expanse by storm. Pledged to give its readers a heady dose of food, nightlife, music, page 3 soirees and city buzz, the magazine has it all to meet the ‘to-do’ list of a discerning urban reader. It captures pulse, attitude, styles and trends of the city in the manner in which the readers would wish to know.
Taking a feedback from readers and industry gurus, the magazine has also added a section completely dedicated to fashion and lifestyle covering latest trends, beauty essentials, luxury indulgence, hot wheels, art and travel. Within a short span of time, it has evolved into a comprehensive journal for all those who are looking for a leisurely yet an informative read and wants to keep their IQ about the city in check.
Food and Nightlife magazine’s maiden issue in Mumbai talks about the hit flavours of the Bombay food circuit with a twist. The issue also gives a detailed insight about the first fusion cuisine of the world ‘Anglo-Indian’ which is on its last legs. Watch out for the special India’s Top Ten section to identify who makes up India’s establishment, has always made the news, flattered some and rankled many in the F&B sector. Decode the trail of ‘Seven Sins’ which foretells the story of the most exotic liqueurs in the world.
“In last eight months, I have received an overwhelming response from Delhi and its people. I am expecting the same from Mumbai. We are very excited to explore the Mumbai territory; it’s a double whammy for me and my team. Our content strategy is very much similar as in Delhi but we have changed the orientation of the magazine in bits and pieces. With every upcoming issue, we want to bring more plug-ins from the FMCG and liquor industry for our readers as these facets have also become an integral part of our lifestyle, nowadays. Our effort is to provide the much needed information to all those who love to eat, party and hang out. The difference lies in the medium and our approach is fresh and innovative”, said Mr. Sumit Goyal, Editor-in-Chief – Food and Nightlife Magazine.
The magazine will be out on Mumbai newsstands in the first week of May, 2010 and is priced at Rs.30.