The Bar Stock Exchange to open three more outlets in Mumbai

Spread over 6,000 square feet (ground floor and rooftop), the Colaba outpost will focus more on single malts and imported beers as compared to the other TBSEs.
  • Franchise India Team Editor
Restaurant India

RI Bureau

The Bar Stock Exchange which is trading booze on the concept of the stock market share is planning to open three more outlets in the city by December.

The group is presently operating three outlets in BKC, Sakinaka and Oshiwara.

TBSE has recently appointed Gordon Ramsay trained Chef Kshama Prabhu as the executive chef of The Bar Stock Exchange to whip up brand new gourmet amuse-gueule menus and the likes.

Spread over 6,000 square feet (ground floor and rooftop), the Colaba outpost will focus more on single malts and imported beers as compared to the other TBSEs.

Mumbai will also see two more after Colaba launch in Bandra (replacing Big Bang Bar & Café at Linking Road) in September end and a Lower Parel outpost (in between World One and Kamala Mills) set up in a 10,000 square feet space in November.

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