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‘Bottoms Up’ Opens Its Doors to Punjabi Bagh, Delhi

By Indian Food Freak @IFoodFreak
‘Bottoms Up’ opens its doors to Punjabi Bagh, Delhi

‘Bottoms Up’ opens its doors to Punjabi Bagh, DelhiDelhi, February 27, 2015: Lite Bite Foods, one of the fastest growing and the most dynamic F&B retail company in the country today launched ' Bottoms Up', a gastropub in Punjabi Bagh, Delhi. Living up to its premise of 'Bite, Sip, Laugh', Bottoms Up stands out for its appealing décor, groovy music, peppy drinks and an amazing spread of fusion/authentic Delhi food. Situated at Club Road Punjabi Bagh, Bottoms Up promises to liven up your spirits and gives you another reason to party!

‘Bottoms Up’ opens its doors to Punjabi Bagh, Delhi
Announcing the launch of Bottoms Up, Mr. Rohit Aggarwal, Director, Lite Bite Foods said, "Whether you are looking for a cool place to hang out or dance the night away or best just to relax and enjoy an alluring spread of fusion food, Bottoms Up is the place. Delhi is indeed the place for hardcore urbanites who love to have fun when the sun goes down. Understanding this need to party hard, we have opened Bottoms Up, the best place in town to get down and jiggy! Bottoms Up will be the ideal combination of good music and scrumptious food."

The launch party saw many famous faces enjoying the evening. Bands Astitva and The Urban Earlymen, a Psychedelic Rock band from Delhi performed at the launch and made the guests groove to their beat.

‘Bottoms Up’ opens its doors to Punjabi Bagh, Delhi
Vintage whiskey barrels, Edison light bulbs and lots of rustic wood absorb with an eclectic mix of fun drinks and delectable cuisines makes Bottoms up the new go to place. The décor is also young, raw and quirky. The place has been designed to spike curiosity that works well as a conversation starter. Bottoms Up lets one connect with friends and start conversation over good food and great drinks in a very relaxed and easy-going ambience.

The food menu at Bottoms Up includes some great value for money typical pub fare in the 99 Club Chakhna menu that includes Challi Masala wala, Chop corns, Channa jor garam which go down well with drinks. They also have Air Fryer dishes on offer such as Lettuce wrapped Vietnamese rolls, hand carved vegetable crispies and Country fries.

Other delicacies on offer are Seared lamb ribs, Goan shrimp curry, Mac and cheese lamb kofta, Spicy pork chorizo, Big Daddy Burger, Quattro for Maggi etc.

‘Bottoms Up’ opens its doors to Punjabi Bagh, Delhi
Cocktails at the gastropub vary from basic to esoteric and are highly recommended, also the handpicked menu with flamboyant service may surprise one with our reinvented takes on rustic British classics, that often feature locally sourced. With a capacity to seat 150 people all at once, Bottoms Up will be the new hangout for fun-loving booze lovers and foodaholics alike.

About Lite Bite Foods

Lite Bite Foods is one of the largest and the most dynamic F&B Retail companies in the country with over 9 core brands under its umbrella.

With more than 72 operational outlets, currently covering more than 1 million Sq ft of Retail space, the company has a strong presence in Malls, High Streets, Airports, Multiplexes, Office complexes, Hotels and other high footfall locations.

LBF has set up strategic Real Estate and Business partnerships with leading international brands like Subway and The Eat Out Group - One of the leading restaurant chains and Airport concessionaire operators in Europe, PVR Cinemas, DIAL, MIAL and all important developers in India. LBF further aims at an aggressive growth through judicious joint ventures and acquisitions. The awarded hero brands are Punjab Grill- Gourmet Fine Dining, Zambar- Coastal Kitchen, Fresc Co, Asia 7 - winner of several critic awards and well known for their respective cuisines across the country.


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