Here we have Bradley Boyle, the chef/owner of Salt Gastropub in Byram, NJ. He has three main tats. One is his family crest to acknowledge his Irish roots. The second is a tiki statue intertwined with bamboo and hibiscus. The third is the most recent and meaningful. It’s a statue of Buddha, draped in a saffron robe sitting under a bodhi tree with flowers and the wind blowing through the background.Buddha and his philosophies bring peace to what can be a chaotic lifestyle in this industry, ...

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