The Brooklyn Shuffle is housed in an existing old-world styled, vernacular architecture structure with sloping roofs and double height which has big glass windows is well lit and the mezzanine overlooking the same are quite seamless with each other. The double height large brick wall with the singing lady artwork vibrates through the cafe.
The outdoor area has been treated like a patio with marble top Irani looking tables and chairs with a floor to ceiling library with a wire mesh hiding the memorabilia and surf boards tucked into a sandpit which give privacy to the patio.
The ground floor has wooden chairs which are mismatched. Red and blue rexine retro styled sofas with leather tables are a twist to a typical American diner, in design. These two elements coupled lend a modern eclectic tribute to an American diner
The two bars have rectangular white basic ceramic tiles with Nirvana baby graphics printed on them as a rebel without a cause. An old Parsi railing runs along the staircase to blend with baseball bats and old coco-cola ice boxes. The landing between the two areas has an installation of Campbell soup tins which complement the “diner” ambiance.