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Dugout’– state’s first sports lounge opened at 3rd floor of Krishna Plaza

Bhubaneswar:28/10/17;The Dugout’– state’s first sports lounge opened at 3rd floor of Krishna Plaza near ISKCON temple in the city on October 27 and is all set to become a hotspot for foodies cum sports fans. With a 2,500 plus sq ft area of lounge and cafe, ‘The Dugout’, having its origin from Kolkata, is an one stop destination for satisfying your taste buds with lip-smacking Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Continental and Indian foods along with mocktails & hookahs. “We here at ‘The Dugout’ are trying to ensure that people coming to the lounge will not only enjoy tasty foods, but also get engaged with interactive games along with their family members and friends. We are providing various kinds of board games to our customers and there is also facility of video game on PlayStation,” said Amitav Bahinipati, one of the franchise owners.

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“During match days, live action will be screened and fans can enjoy it while having food. We are trying provide a first of its kind experience to people in the lounge and our expectations from the Bhubaneswar market are huge,” he said.

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