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Bottles and Barrels has a modern gastro pub vibe with its contemporary décor and the freshly brewed beers. Their terrace seating is lavish with a sleek looking water body and gazebo’s spread out across the area. Depending on what your mood is, whether it’s unwinding over beers and upbeat music or a quiet time over a few drinks, you can choose to sit either on the terrace or downstairs. They have a live grill and an extensive menu that is multi-cuisine so there is something for everybody, even if it’s not drinks that you are there for. Definitely value for money, Bottles and Barrels is a must-go-to.
When choosing a pub most of the time you have your pick between a quiet cosy joint and a lively buzzing one. What if we tell you, you can have both? Delhi may be brimming with eclectic range of pubs but there is one place that seems to have it all under one roof. Out of thousands of pubs ‘Bottles and Barrels’ stands out because of their diversity, both in ambience and in food. Located in the trendy section of Sector 30, Gurgaon, the gastro-pub holds its own fort by giving their patrons best of both worlds. It also runs as a microbrewery so you can imagine the pull it must have for the youthful crowd, but it’s just not about the age factor. People from all walks of life are welcomed here, tied with one common love – beer. The pub is a popular one, especially because it is comparatively budget-friendly than its peers.
You will be amazed to know, Bottles and Barrels is placed in a sprawling capacity, a luxury in the city like Gurgaon. The bar is spread out onto two floors of generous proportions, one an indoor seating space while the other an open terrace, two very different from each other. Let’s talk about the pub first. The interiors of the pub is done vibrantly, with bright red walls carrying sports themed murals. Lighting is kept low and a variety of seating are on offer. Peppy yellow day beds takes up space, encouraging the punters to recline comfortably to chat or drink. The vibe is cheerful, casual, fun and lively. Upstairs however is when you enter tranquillity. The terrace is designed Zen like, with a huge sculpture of Budhha backing a tinkling water fountain. As we said, best of both worlds.
The microbrewery churns out a nice variety of house brews, something you can sample before asking for the pint size. Besides the beer, the pub stocks on a tremendous selection of alcohol. You can have whatever your heart wants but beer is most preferred here. Food menu looks into North-Indian, Asian and Italian cuisines. You can start by trying out the appetizers such as, jalapenos garlic prawns, tomato basil bruschetta, beer battered fish finger, phyllo artichoke and roasted chicken wings. For something more filling opt for, pizza, pasta, grilled fish, sliced lamb in hot bean sauce, Malabari fish curry, grilled cottage cheese steak and Awadhi gosht biryani.