14 Restaurants Indian Entrepreneurs Consider as Best Meeting Places

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Bangalore: “Entrepreneurship is not a profession. It is a way of life.” A young and passionate business owner loves his work and gives his all to make his company successful. He feels content and enjoys the work although it demands a lot of hardship and frequent travel. The Indian hospitality industry has a huge diversity of restaurants to help these entrepreneurs stay and hold meetings during their business trips. Let us go on a tour of these restaurants which perfectly suits an entrepreneur’s needs and pockets.

14. Greatroom at Pune Marriott Hotel and Convention Center

The Marriott greatroom is actually the hotel lobby, but it serves as the perfect meeting place for entrepreneurs. The hotel also provides comfortable seating arrangements and clustered sofas that help in creating the mood. There is a bar at the far end which leads on to a restaurant. All this and the very high ceiling and spacious interiors of the greatroom make this one of India’s best meeting places. It offers a number of gourmet sandwiches and patisseries as well as a range of other food products.

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