Sketch During Meal 5 Art Cafes In India

These five art cafs in India will renew your creative spirit, from bursts of colour enlivening the eating area to interactive art activities keeping you amused till the food and drink arrive on the table
Art Cafe
Art Cafe

Visits to lovely caf&eacutes are a trend that won't go away anytime soon, whether you need a place to relax with friends, a quiet area, or a subdued yet romantic setting for a date. Space designers and makers are increasingly experimenting with various topics, artwork, publications, and the like.

These five Indian art caf&eacutes each have something unique and unusual to offer. Drop in at these locations in the respective cities when you are there if you value art in its various forms and look upon it as a relaxing activity.

David Hall Art Cafe, Kochi 

David Hall Art Cafe is a 17th-century colonial Dutch home that has been renovated to serve as a cultural hub, gallery, and cafe. Numerous artists and art enthusiasts gather at the historic location. Modern artists' works, and exhibits are up on the walls. The cosy, laid-back atmosphere of the café and performances are highly praised by regulars. 

The cafe's most famous dish on the menu is pizza. However, the menu may vary depending on when you visit. Juices are also available. Amenities like plug connections and roomy couches are also provided for relaxing outside.

Where&nbsp1, 264, Napier Street, opp. Parade Ground, Kochi, Kerala. 

Lala's Art Cafe, Leh 

Lala's Art Cafe is a pleasant, warm establishment that offers delectable Ladakhi cuisine and exquisite works of art. It has a long history. The area, formerly a monastery about to be demolished, was renovated and transformed into a gallery café. Both foreign and Ladakhi artists and photographers are represented here. 

A nine-foot-tall granite statue of Maitreya Buddha can be found on the outside. Freshly squeezed juices, hamburgers, coffee, butter chai, quiches, pasta, tsampa with cheese, and butter are available on the menu.

Where Main Bazaar Road, Leh

The Gallery Cafe, Hyderabad 

You will want to take photographs of everything in The Gallery, so clear some space on your phone. The café's enormous interior has been thoughtfully decorated with carefully chosen literature, modern art, and pictures. Because each piece of furniture is hand-painted, you may find their furnishings novel. 

On a Wednesday, you may stop by The Gallery Cafe to participate in one of their open mics, live performances, or poetry readings.

Where H. No, 8-2-465, Street No. 4, Green Valley, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 

 The Project Café, Ahmedabad 

This café, housed inside a gorgeous yellow home, is not to be missed. It is a café that was entirely created by artists and has artwork displayed throughout. The entire café - down to the silverware and tables - served as a blank canvas for artists. All types of artists, from classic, and modern to doodlers, have been welcomed by the café's proprietors, and their works are displayed for sale.

In addition to the artwork on display at The Project Café, you can purchase tableware and clothing created by various artists.

Where Yellow House, 7, Dr Vikram Sarabhai Marg, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 

You and I Arts Cafe, Shillong

This cafe, which operates on a sustainability basis, provides over 110 different tea flavours, with rosella tea being the most well-liked. On the menu, they have traditional Khasi cuisine. The café hosts various events and serves as a hub for people to meet and exchange ideas. 

Local artists' handicrafts are available for purchase. Some of the additional attractions include a chalkboard for doodling, a place to create dolls and hand puppets, and vintage board games.

Where  Mawroh-Mawtawar Road, Umshing-Mawkynroh, Shillong, Meghalaya 

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