I have to confess; I thrive on cafes. Since I work from home, the only time I get to see people is when I visit cafes. The right kind of people I mean, my kind of people, the people I can share a smile with, the people I like be around.
Bandra Cafe’s are becoming an expensive affair; you can kiss goodbye to 500Rs. Also, the quality which you get at places like Starbucks is not fun or healthy either. (Recently I read Starbucks uses Monsanto Milk).
Last evening I decided to check out QTube Cafe. Qtube Cafe is not like any other cafe; the cafe doesn’t serve food at all, not even Parle G (they do offer some coffee). What it does serve is some live music by NSPA (Natural Street Performing Arts). It is the same people who have reached out with their music to public spaces and given some live performance at Stations, Promenades, any flea markets and of course they are always present at Carter Road Promenade.
The place is completely free to hang out of and catch up some artist performing and chill out.
Read more on Qtube below
Ten minutes away from Bandra station, adjacent to the conspicuous Wildcraft showroom, one spies a new addition in the shops that line the sidewalk on S.V. Road. Nestled between two furniture stores lies a bright board, displaying a logo that reminds you of an activity you’re all too familiar with – train travelling. Only, instead of announcing the name of a station, the blue rectangle spells ‘QTube Café.’ A peek inside this glass-walled café reveals a comfortable setup and even in this one glance, you can tell that this is no conventional coffee shop.
– via nspa.in