In order to circumvent Supreme Cour's decision to ban alcohol within 500 meters of national or state highways from April 1, DLF Cyber Hub, in Gurgaon changed its entry point for customers.
DLF Cyber Hub is a premium food destination which spreads over 2 lakh square feet. The entrance of DLF Cyber Hub was earlier next to the Rapid Metro station and approximately 500 meters away from National Highway 8.
Now after changing the entry point, customers have to take the Belvedere Towers side route, which is just 2 kilometers from the highway.
"This is a part of the larger DLF plan and this change was planned way back and done adequately at the right time last week", said a DLF official in an interview to Economic Times.
Cyber Hub contains 50 restaurants and has about 34 bars and pubs, including some prominent names like the Beer Cafe, Social, Hard Rock Café and the Wine Company.
As per the report in Economic Times, the excise department formed a team to assess the legality of the resto-bars and pubs and others located within Cyber Hub.
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