These Are The Coolest Cafes In Delhi For Travelers & Freelancers To Work Out Of.

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Working from home or your hotel room in your pajamas seems to be an lucrative option until the boredom and the distractions start kicking in.

Whether you are a freelancer or a working traveler, you need to break-out from time-to-time to socialize, soak in some inspiration and shatter the monotony.

What better way to do this than over a cuppa hot coffee, delicious munchies and great conversations?

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Delhi peeps, here is the list of cafes that have some crackling vibes, high-speed internet, pretty décor and a host of other facilities.

1. Kunzum Travel Café

Stir up conversations with fellow travelers from all over the world or share your own travel chronicles. Chalk out a new itinerary or just snuggle up in a corner of the library reading books or pen down one.

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Done up with vibrant wall paintings and travel pictures, this innovative travel cafe offers a well-stocked library and free wi-fi.

Where: T-49, GF, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi.

Cost: Pay what you want.

Timings: Tuesday – Sunday, 11:00 am – 7:30 pm

Highlights: This exclusive cafe offers beverages, cookies, and free WiFi but visitors are not charged, they are encouraged to drop in whatever amount they feel like.

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2. The Immigrant Café

A brick-walled old warehouse themed coffee-shop and bar Immigrant Café offers two levels for working out.

During the day, you’ll find plenty of expats working out of this cultural-social-business hub.

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Where: B-45, First Floor, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi.

Cost: Rs. 1300 for a meal for two.

Timings: Monday -Friday 11 am- 12 am

Highlight: Free WiFi, networking with working intellectuals from different fields.

3. Qahwa Cafe

This simple, old-school cafe offers some scrumptious dishes to kick-start any project with a power-packed meal throughout the day. Pancakes, waffles, and eggs all day! High-speed internet, abundant charging points, and a peaceful environment, make it a great working space.

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Where: C-14, Ground Floor, Community Centre, Market, SDA, New Delhi.

Cost: Meal for two approximately costs 800 INR.

Timings: 7 am -11 pm

Highlights: One of the rare cafes that opens as early as 7 am, perfect for early-birds who wish to get to work with a scrumptious breakfast spread. 25 MBPS internet speed and a 10 percent discount for working people on the menu.

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4. Rose Cafe

An ode to the dreamy, poetic, little cafes of Paris, Rose Cafe with pink interiors and romantic vibes unleashes the reins on your creative spirits.

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Choose from ‘All Day Breakfast’ or the 'High Tea Menu'.

If you need a break from work or face the dreadful creative block, engage in a game of scrabble with co-workers at the cafe, you might make some new friends.

Where: 2, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saket.

Cost: Rs. 1,000 for two.

Timings: 12 Noon to 9 PM

Highlights: Board games, outdoor seating, vegan food options.

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5. Social, Connaught Place and Hauz Khaz.

The Social franchise has created a niche for themselves as a dynamic working space that attracts office goers and freelancers looking for a quiet environment to work and conduct business meetings. Remember the Ranbir-Deepika starrer Tamasha?

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Where: 23, 1st Floor, odeon Building, Radial 5, D Block, Connaught Place, New Delhi and 9-A & 12, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi.

Cost: 5,000 per month for the membership or 1300 for a two-people meal.

Highlights: They have everything you need such as Wi-Fi, printers, stationery, lockers, conference rooms and cafe-style seating that are offered against a monthly fee.

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6. Darzi Bar and Kitchen

A tailor-themed restaurant, head here any time during the “working hours” and you’ll witness a buzzing crowd of workaholics busy on their phones or typing away on their laptops. Productivity is in the air here and you can bet it’s contagious.

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Where: H-55, 1st Floor, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi.

Cost: INR 1000 for a meal two.

Highlights: Networking with creative people, beautiful cozy interiors, discounted co-working menu.

7. Flyp @ MTV

If music fuels productivity for you, then get high on music at this one-of-it’s kind cafe.

Soothing tunes during the day will give your ears a break from the constant clients changes and month end bickering for payments, let your hair down in the evenings with rocking musical performances.

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Where: N/57 & N/60, 1st Floor, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi.

Timings: 11 am – 12:30 am

Cost: Rs.450 for a day for co-workers.

Highlights: Special days when they give free tea and coffee to co-workers.

8. Time Machine

If you’re looking for a quirky place to work out from that gets your creatives juices churning, how about working inside a gigantic time machine?

Combine work with some chill at one of Noida’s most happening night-places that is swarmed by freelancers in the mornings.

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Where: 2nd Floor, Opposite Food Court, Gardens Galleria, Sector 38, Noida. Nearest Metro Station is Sector 18

Timings: Monday to Friday: 11 am – 6:30 pm

Cost: 1500 for a meal for two people.

Highlights: Hoard on some free stationary or work with a view from their floral terrace seating. Free printing, fast wi-fi, exclusive work area. They even have an offer of buy one get one on beverages for co-workers.

Bookmark this list, pack in your laptop, a planner and lots of motivation. 

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