Food from different parts of the world, burger trucks, artisanal coffee, fashion pop-ups, live gigs and a well-stocked bar — that’s the stuff of good dreams, and Flea Bazaar Café, Riyaaz Amlani’s latest venture, serves up a big pile of them. Best enjoyed in boisterous gangs, Flea Bazaar has the potential to be the city’s most popular watering hole. It has a fantastic curation of food outlets that serve everything from Bombay-style ladi paos to excellent burgers, Mexican fast food and Lucknawi tundey kebabs. Along with the food, there are clothing and accessory pop ups, a lovely artisanal coffee outlet sourcing blends from around the country, a live gig space to catch up on the latest in music and comedy, a Social bar and — wait for it — a desi alcohol shop, a la Bandra’s Deepak Wines (you can buy booze for a 20 per cent discount). High on quirk — Amlani’s trademark — Flea Bazaar Café captures the essence of old school fairs in a cosmopolitan package, making it a must check out on our list this month.