10 Things to do in Indiranagar from Food, Drinks To Live Music and More

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Indiranagar, one of the Bengaluru’s newer areas is a noted residential and commercial hub of the city. Mainly dotted with pubs, hotel chains, and shopping centres, Indiranagar is a cosmopolitan locality with an influx of migrants from around the country. Started as a BDA layout in the late 1970s and followed by rapid IT revolution in 1990s, this locality along with its two arterial roads (100 Feet Road and Chinmaya Mission Hospital Road) took the color of mercantile and the exclusivity. The list of things to do in Indiranagar has no edge, however, there are few exciting things you can definitely give it a shot.

Top Things To Do in Indiranagar 

Blistering Barnacles

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Blistering Barnacles is a Tintin / Captain Haddock themed pub which is a quite decent place to hang out with your friends. Blessed with rooftop ambiance, you will enjoy their Beef Chilly, Strawberry Mojito, Chilly roasted pork and other Non-Veg dishes. Great music, colorful ambiance, and an affordable menu – Blistering Barnacles is definitely a must-visit in Indiranagar.


Open: 11 AM – 11 PM

Where: 3rd Main, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar.

Madurai Idly Shop

As we have heard, Madurai Idly Shop is one of the regular visits for the residents of Indiranagar – a part of daily routine. It is a traditional South-Indian restaurant where you can savor the taste of home-made breakfast. Few of the must-try items are Podi Dose, Pongal, Kesari Bath and piping hot Mini Idlis.


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Open: 6:30 AM – 11 PM

Where: HAL 2nd Stage, 80 Feet Road, Indiranagar

Coorg – The Restaurant

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Feel at Coorg and feel at home. Located in Indiranagar, this Coorg restaurant is one of the most loved pork destination in the city. A pretty quaint, and cozy place with a Coorgi style of decor. You’ll love the pictures displayed depicting the culture of Coorg and their amazing rooftop ambiance. If you want to taste the best pork in the city then simply head to this restaurant tucked inside a lane, opposite to Toit.


Must-Have: Chilli pork, Pandi Curry, Noolputtu (noodly rice cakes), Pandi fry, Akki Roti, and Coconut Souffle.

Open: 12:30 PM – 3 PM and 8 PM – 11 PM (Only Weekends)

Where: Shri Krishna temple road, Near Karnataka bank, 1st stage Indiranagar


Bflat for Live Jazz Music

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Bflat is a premium restaurant that offers everything from North-Indian, Chinese, to Continental and Mughlai. More than food, you should be here for an amazing piece of live music. Be it Jazz, Folk, Rock, or the local mashups, Bflat will never fall flat to impress you. Good food and great music at Bflat can definitely make your evenings moving and soulful.

Open: 7 PM – 11: 30 PM (Weekdays) and 7 PM – 1 AM (Weekends)

Where: 2nd Floor, Above Kotak bank, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar


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Toit is a place where you can get the best beer in the city; easily one of the most loved pubs in Bangalore. As a compliment, food is equally good with a distinct flavor. Toit brews its own beer and the entire ambiance of it gives you a feel of the European club. Coming to beer, they have varieties of draft beer, and a few like the banana draft, rice draft are highly-rated among the Toit’s specials. (I’m keeping it short cause anything more or anything less can never give you a clear picture of Toit. One must go and experience).


Must-Have: Italian and American Pizza, Mixed Meat Chicken, and Tin-Tin beer.

Open: 12 PM – 12:30 AM

Where: 298, Namma Metro Pillar 62, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar

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The Humming Tree

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The Humming tree is basically a pub but more than that, it is a place where you can enjoy the live music. When I say live music, I mean Live Performances. Humming tree is pretty popular in the city where World’s biggest musicians come and perform. Food and drinks just add to the ambiance.

Open: 12 PM – 1 AM (Weekends)


Where: No.949, 12th Main Road, Doopanahalli, Indiranagar

Lazer Castle

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Lazer Castle is a nice place, good for all ages. It is a great place to enjoy with your family and friends. You can play games, eat awesome food, and do all the fun activities.

Open: 11 AM – 8 PM

Where: 80 Feet Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

The Kitchen of Joy

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If you are looking for a decent and an alluring ambiance then this can be an option for you. Their mutton cutlets taste great with Masala chai and Khadak chai + Kathi Rolls is a combination made in heaven. You can also try Vegetable chop, Kashundi (Bengali mustard), and chicken cutlet.

Open: 12:30 PM – 10 PM

Where: Indiranagar Double Rd, Defence Colony, Domlur, Bengaluru

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Corner House – For Ice cream lovers

A shout out to all the ice cream and dessert lovers. Corner house has the most delicious and scrumptious ice creams and desserts to relish the taste of different flavors.

Open: 10 AM – 11 PM

Where: Indiranagar, Sheshadripuram, Koramangala 7th Block, New BEL Road, HRBR Layout and in other parts of the city.

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Rajdhani Thali restaurant

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If you are a hardcore Vegetarian and looking to explore Rajasthani food then come to this Rajadhani Thali restaurant. Dal Bhati Churma, Dhokla, Khichdi, Mango Lassi and Kadi are our favorite and you can also try their Thaali and Dahi Vada which tastes amazingly good.

Open: 12 PM – 3:30 PM and 7 PM – 11 PM

Where: 1st Floor, Salaripuria Landmark, HAL 2nd stage, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar

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