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Blue & Beyond Resto-Bar at Kolkata Gets a Makeover

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In operation since 2004, Blue & Beyond resto-bar at The Lindsay, Kolkata has got a whole new look and ambiance coupled with a new menu. Spread over 2,000 sq.ft., the resto-bar serves a mix of global cuisines such as Indian, Lebanese, Greek, Italian, Burmese, Chinese, Thai, American and English.

The bar at Blue & Beyond stocks Tennessee, Bourbon, Single malt Whiskey; Wine, Draught Beer, Shooters along with Bartender-special cocktails like Lamborghini & Fire on Ice. Cigars are also available at the bar. With a seating capacity of 120 across the terrace, restaurant and the bar, the interiors and exteriors of the resto-bar have been done by Sudip Das. T.

“The view of Kolkata Skyline that Blue & Beyond offers from the 10th floor terrace is unparalleled. From Vidyasagar Setu to Howrah Bridge to Victoria Memorial – every landmark is in your plate.” said Rahul Bhutoria, Owner, Blue & Beyond, when asked about the USP of the resto-bar.

According to the restaurant officials, besides monthly events, every weekend (Friday- Sunday), there will be Live Musical performances in the Blue & Beyond.

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