By Raanan Geberer
Special to Brooklyn Street Beat
Tarantino’s influence is seen everywhere, from the decor to the food to the names of the drinks. The bar itself resembles the tavern scene in “Inglourious Basterds,” and artist Amar Stewart has created Tarantino-themed paintings, according to amNewYork.
Among the dishes offered are Hateful 8 Wings, referencing Tarantino’s 2015 Western; Death Proof Chili, named after his 2007 horror movie; and Pussy Wagon Tacos, named after a yellow Chevrolet featured in “Kill Bill: Volume 1.” The drinks have names like the Tarantino iced tea and the KillBar Moscow mule. KillBar will also host screenings of Tarantino movies on Mondays.
“I’m a huge fan of Quentin’s work and his totally unique artistic direction, so I wanted to celebrate that,” owner Michael Galkovich told amNewYork.
KillBar is located at 82 S. Fourth St. It is named, of course, after Tarantino’s two-part martial arts saga from 2003 and 2004.