Bars in America are not the usual drinking place. Most bars offer other services for their clients. They are not just the usual place where you can get your fill of beer and other liquors. Sometimes, a bar can also offer great food that can rival the ones offered by restaurants.
though they usually are the casual places where one can go to drink with friends, there are different kinds of bar. Each cater to its target customers and provide a specialized service. An article at IronOak.com gives us some guides on the different kinds of bars.
7 TYPES OF BARS AND HOW TO PREPARE FOR THEM
“I was in a bar the other night, hopping from barstool to barstool, trying to get lucky, but there wasn’t any gum under any of them.” – American comedian, Emo Phillip
Interesting people go to bars. Let me stress that. A lot of interesting people go to bars, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I’d rather strike up a conversation with someone at a bar who’s interesting rather than someone who’s dull.
However, if you’re going to drop however much money on round after round of drinks, it pays to know what you’ll be getting yourself into before leaving the house – that way you’re not paying a ton of money for an experience you’ll hate and you’ll be able to enjoy the atmosphere a bit more.
As we all know, there are a ton of different types of bars out there. A lot of them are pretty self explanatory, but generally speaking, they all have a different aura to them. The walls may be different, the people may be different, and sometimes even the drinks may be completely different. One time, a while back, I paid a $25 cover to get into a nightclub in New York City on a whim, and they didn’t even have my favorite beer. Needless to say, I wasn’t happy. Rookie mistake.
To avoid these types of scenarios, here’s a detailed list of 7 types of bars and how to prepare for them properly, mentally and physically, before leaving the house. Allow yourself to get in the mindset for the evening, that way you’ll be able to have a good time. Continue here.
Due to the proliferation of bars which proves just how much Americans love drinking and socializing, each has come up of different ideas so that they can market themselves to their target customers. Aside from offering food and drinks, these themed bars provide other services and a certain experience for their clients.
This article by Melissa Stanger and Melia Robinson of BusinessInsider.com explores the different themes that bars offer and how crazy they can be.
The 27 Craziest Theme Bars In America
Piratz Tavern in Silver Springs, Md., was given a corporate makeover on Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue” only to mutiny and return to its swashbuckling glory.Yelp/Piratz Tavern
If you think the novelty of theme bars has worn off, think again.
For some people, the bar experience isn’t complete unless it includes pirates, mermaids, or circus characters.
From a bar that evokes a Mexican resort to a hangout that celebrates Christmas all year long, these 27 bars know how to transport you to another world.
Sometimes almost literally. Continue here.
This video shows just what the best bars can offer.
There are many things that bars can provide to their customers. For example, Snoqualmie Falls bars offer great food and drinks in the scenic Snoqualmie river.