Showcase: Boulton and Watt Restaurant / Steam punk gastro bar
Materials used: Salvaged glass
Application: Distressed mirrors

Boulton and Watt is a stylish gastropub with an industrial vibe. It has been designed with steampunk touches, in the form of salvaged parts from an antique steam engine.

Boulton and Watt draws its inspiration from the industrial revolution theme, of which Matthew Boulton and James Watt were pivotal figures owing to their perfection of the steam engine. The Boulton and Watt steam engine played a key role in the development of the modern world. It was built in England during the Industrial Revolution.

Located on the corner of Avenue A and 1st Street, East Village, Boulton and Watt is based on the idea of giving good, not original but solid, throwback food and awesome beverages in an inviting industrial atmosphere.

Who Does It Appeal To?

Designers for Boulton and Watt also incorporated hand-constructed tables from reclaimed wood, steel and cast iron bases as well as seating by Olde Good Things. Very trendy steampunk interior décor with just the right touch of old world charm and industrial atmosphere. Distressed vintage glass, sourced from Olde Good Glass add to the ambience of the dining experience.

The combination of antique steam engine parts, antique goods and modern accents with warm wood and tall windows, makes it a cozy yet open air fitting for all seasons and all customers.

It’s a happy place with great industrial vibes and valuable spot to hang with friends and eat some good food.

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