Different Types of Bars

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There are all sorts of bars. Lets list them all:

Neighborhood bar. can be found everywhere in the United States. Some of these pubs open as early as 6 a.m., and they sometimes close earlier than other bars–depending on the clientele. This type of bar is perfect for small-scale entertainment options, such as darts, pool tables, video games and jukeboxes.

Sports bar. Depending on the establishment’s capacity, sports bars can be a specific version of the neighborhood tavern, or they can take on a life as big as a club. Generally, sports bars offer some kind of menu options, such as sandwiches, burgers, pizza, sandwiches and appetizers. Since the main attraction is sporting events, sports bars have televisions in view of every seat, sometimes all tuned to different channels. Audio and video technology comes into play, with some owners spending a large percentage of their revenue on keeping up with the latest in technology–from satellites to big-screen TVs.

Brewpub or beer bar. microbrews are more and more popular. In a brewpub, you can brew your own beer right on the premises. In a beer bar, you can offer a large selection of different types of beer, including microbrews produced elsewhere. Most brewpubs only sell their own beer options on tap (draft beer), with a few selections of bottled beer options, too.

Specialty bar. Specialty bars, which concentrate on one type of libation, from wine to martinis, or theme, like cigar bars, are gaining popularity. Although some specialty bars focus on only one drink category, there must be a wide variety available within the genre. Take martinis: They have become very popular due to the variety they offer. The traditional martini still has a solid appeal if made with quality vodkas and gins, but other mixes, like sour apple martinis, have expanded the martini-drinking base, especially among women. But even with their increased popularity, martinis are still looking up at wine.

Club. Like the neighborhood bar, nightclubs can take on a number of different personalities. A medium-sized club might look like a neighborhood bar during the lunchtime hours, then spring to life with a popular band at night. Or if you have a big enough budget, your club might be a large dance club where the most fashionable people and hippest celebrities hang out every weekend

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One Response to “Different Types of Bars”

  1. kalisha Says:
    December 8th, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    Types of Bar
    • Public bar
    • Loung bar
    • Cocktail bar
    • Night club bar
    • Pub
    • Wine bar
    • Mini bar
    • Wine shop
    • Beer Bar
    • Dive Bar
    • Cabaret

    Public bar
    A bar which is located in lobby or public area were people move is more is has luxury décor and lavish furnish with excellent bar tenders to enjoy varieties of beverages it cost more
    It is located in public area or lobby of a hotel, large in size and reasonable in rates

    Loung bar
    It is small in size. It is more comfortable and having cherished atmosphere. It is expensive and meant for elites.

    Cocktail Bar

    This is a standard bar serving mixed drinks ie: gin and tonic, rum and coke etc., in addition to beer and wine. Includes: bar towels, wine openers, bar mat, straw and napkin caddy, bar utensils, cutting board, knife, garbage & recycling bags, speed pours, taps, back-up plastic drinkware,
    lemons, limes, and cherries.

    Night club bar
    Very expensive, exclusively meant for elites. They serve lots of table wines with table service. It closes late night.

    Pub
    A pub formally public house (a house “open to the public”, as opposed to a private house), is a drinking establishment fundamental to the culture of Britain, Ireland, Australia, Newfoundland, Canada and New Zealand. In many places, especially in villages, a pub can be the focal point of the community. The writings of Samuel Pepys describe the pub as the heart of England.

    Wine Shop

    Have a different kind of party! Let us set up a wine tasting bar in your home or other location. Technical and detailed or fun and informative, we will create a custom theme for you and your guests. Some we like are: one grape from several regions, blind wine tasting.

    Beer Bar
    They provide several different beers with a theme. Choose local, imports, or a mix. Also includes beer information and pairing notes along with pairing accompaniments, ie: our cheese fondue, bar snack mix, olives & peppers.

    Cabaret
    Cabaret is a form of entertainment featuring music, comedy, song, dance, recitation or drama. It is mainly distinguished by the performance venue (also called a cabaret), such as in arestaurant, pub or nightclub with a stage for performances. The audience usually sits at tables, often dining or drinking. Performances are usually introduced by a master of ceremonies or MC (spelled emcee in the U.S.). The entertainment is often (but not always) oriented towards adult audiences.
    Dive Bar

    A dive bar is a type of bar or pub. Dive bars generally have a relaxed and informal atmosphere—they are often referred to by local residents as “neighborhood bars,” where people in the neighborhood gather to drink and socialize. Individual bars may be considered to be disreputable, sinister, or even a detriment to the community
    MINI-BAR
    A mini-bar is a small, private snack and beverage bar, that is often found in upscale Western-style hotel rooms. Typically, a minibar comes in the form of a counter and small refrigerator stocked with a precise inventory. The room’s guests can take a beverage or snack at any time during their stay.
    The bar is commonly stocked with small bottles of alcoholic beverages, juice, and soft drinks. It may also include candy, cookies, crackers, and other small snacks. Some hotels offer non-food items, such as socks, toiletries, and condoms.

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