Located in the historic Kala Ghoda district of South Mumbai, The Boston Butt is an all American barbecue diner with a southern soul. For the decor, chef and restaurateur Siddharth Kashyap along with his partners Karna Shinde and Nishant Rao, approached Ar. Reza Kabul who created a confluence of regional styles from the Dixie States into the design. The interior walls of the two-level restaurant set the backdrop for the space in a grungy plastered texture. Photographs, signage and mirror frames from the Prohibition Era accent the bare walls. The beveled window panes are a manifestation of the late 18th century architecture of the French Quarters in New Orleans. Influenced by the predominant lumber industry in the Southern American States, the use of wood dominates the interior elements of the space such as flooring, seating and accessories. The lower level is designed to host families with its wooden dinner tables and seating, while the upper level hosts the livelier section with the bar and plaid wrapped corner couches. A bright red tractor hood not only adds color to the space but also doubles up as the DJ console. The wall mounted papier-mâché busts of a ram, deer, and boar create a focal point at the upper level. All in all The Boston Butt, the city’s first smokery and charcuterie, aims at delivering the finest food and ambiance of the Dixie states!
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