No ‘Big Kahuna Burger’ but plenty of Tarantino-inspired fare at Brooklyn’s ‘KillBar’

Mike Montone
February 01, 2019 - 3:28 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- They don't offer a $5 shake or a Big Kahuna Burger, but you can fill up on Tarantino inspired fare at a Williamsburg bar.

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'KillBar,' is a Tarantino theme bar that opened Friday.

The filmmaker's influence is all over the establishment from decor to the menu. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle explains, the bar was designed to resemble the tavern scene from Inglorious Basterds. The joint is also decked out in Tarantino-themed paintings by artist Amar Stewart.

If you do love the taste of a good burger, you can still get your hands on one to go along with your Hateful 8 Wings and Death Proof Chili. If you're not interested in washing it all down with a fountain Sprite, the bar also offers a line of Tarantino inspired cocktails.

Owner Michael Galkovich says he just wants to celebrate one of his favorite artists.

“I’m a huge fan of Quentin’s work and his totally unique artistic direction, so I wanted to celebrate that,” he told amNewYork.

You can find KillBar at 82 S. Fourth Street.