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Inventive. Global. Vibrant. Engaging.

Enjoy award-winning Executive Chef Colby Cooper's Japanese kaiseki inspired menu. An expression of both time and place, the engaging and authentic dining experience has been crafted with care. Guests are invited to escape into a relaxing garden like atmosphere to enjoy a creative menu featuring an array of artistically presented sharable plates, entrees, and numerous vegan options. From fresh oysters and Hamachi Kama to grilled octopus and house made silken tofu, each dish boasts the highest quality, seasonal ingredients that are handpicked by Cooper and sourced locally and internationally. The menu is complimented by a selection of sake, signature cocktails with Asian components, craft beer, and wine.

The Chef

Award-winning chef, Colby Cooper, has returned to his roots at Concentrics Restaurants to take the lead at Bully Boy. A veteran chef that has worked across the country, Cooper has honed his talent at a number of acclaimed restaurants including TWO urban licks in Atlanta, Katsuya in Hollywood and Downtown, LA, Buddakan in Philadelphia, Zatinya and D.C., José Andrés' American Tavern, and minibar in Washington, D.C., and more. With a wealth of experience and passion for cooking, Cooper is taking his talent and knowledge of the art of Asian cuisine to Bully Boy. At the helm of the kitchen, he is introducing a Japanese kaiseki inspired menu that features artistically presented sharable plates, entrees and vegan options. Giving Japan's culinary tradition a modern twist, each dish will boast the highest quality, seasonal ingredients sourced from around the globe. "My goal is to produce a top quality dining experience that is fun, attractive, approachable, and interactive. I'm looking forward to introducing infused Asian flavors in adventurous combinations that will expand palettes and invoke creativity," says Cooper.

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