Jan. 5, 2010
After just 11 months, Boombozz Pizza & Taphouse in the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville, Ky., will soon have a sibling restaurant at Westport Village, according to a company release.
The new Boombozz Taphouse will open in the multi-million dollar Westport Village development and will offer guests a winning concept of great food and a large selection of craft beers. The location will span 5,000 square feet with a guest capacity of 160, including an outdoor dining area.
The interior showcases a contrasting mix of warm woods, stainless steel accents, and original artwork complete with a signature oval bar and fleet of 20 beer handles with a handful of taps pouring locally produced brews. The steel piped beer lines stretch overhead from the keg room to the signature island bar, creating an intricate network in which to transport the chilled liquid.
In addition, there will be 15 plasma screens strategically placed throughout the restaurant so guests can enjoy the latest sporting or news events. The state-of-the-art sound system will feature a library of hand-picked, digital titles of classic rock tunes with an eclectic mix of '70s and '80s hits along with contemporary music.
Adding to the ambiance is an award-winning menu created by founder Tony Palombino. With a nod to his Italian heritage many of the menu items feature flavors of Italy, which are then infused with other world flavors. The menu includes a creative list of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and gourmet pizzas.
Boombozz Restaurants will continue to expand regionally when its opens in first location in Indianapolis early this year.