The 120-year-old Bemis Bag Building’s 120-year-old boiler room was located in the area now known as The Boiler Room Restaurant. The space was insulated and fireproofed using steel posts, rafters, brick walls, and reinforced concrete ceilings. A portion of the floor at street level was still visible, acting as a dramatic balcony overlooking the boiler. The paint on brick walls, steel posts and beams, and concrete ceilings fell off over the years and decades, especially since the Bemis Bag Company moved out. It was advised to repair original elements rather than replace them whenever possible while restoring works of art, sculptural fragments, and historic buildings. Therefore, the management has preserved as much of the romantic condition of decay and the variegated texture of aging and weathering as they could within the bounds of safety and cleanliness.
The Boiler Room’s beverage selection matches their love for food. They provide a variety of craft, customized, and traditional cocktails at the bar using artisanal spirits, homemade ingredients, fresh seasonal juices, and skilled blending. The bar is a place to drink, discover, and have fun. They let patrons enjoy the night by serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic selections, like mocktails, Fentimans Ginger Beer, and the Hellraiser Dark Amber N/A from W.B. Brewing.
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