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Hard Rock Café Kolkata reopens, expect celebrations aplenty this festive season

NITN | @notintownlive | 01 Oct 2021, 06:16 am

Hard Rock Café Kolkata reopens, expect celebrations aplenty this festive season Hard Rock Café Kolkata

Kolkata/IBNS: Hard Rock Café Kolkata, part of the popular international brand famous for its rock ‘n’ roll theme, has reopened, to the delight of its patrons.

The outlet said it has implemented global standard safety protocols to ensure the safety of both patrons and staff.

The café is known for its well-stocked bar and live entertainment space.

The menu includes American favourites such as burgers, sandwiches, flatbreads, etc.
 

You may try their Whiskey Bacon Jam Slider and Buffalo Style Sliders, where three burger patties are topped with melted cheddar cheese, homemade whiskey bacon jam, and served on toasted mini-buns.

Or dig into the Three Cheese & Roma Tomato Flatbread, where mozzarella, Monterey Jack, and cheddar cheese are served with Roma tomatoes and fresh basil.
 

Said Akanksha Chaudhary, Head of Marketing, JSM Corporation Pvt Ltd, “We’re thrilled to reopen our doors for the festive season. Guests can expect huge celebrations at Hard Rock Kolkata, as we not only celebrate 50 years of the brand this year, but also a massive collaboration with one of the biggest sports stars, Messi.”

The Park Street based café is located in a more than a century old heritage building called Park Mansion.

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