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Bars or nightclubs, 90% of people are unclear
The origin of the bar
Originally, in the western United States, cowboys and robbers liked to gather in a tavern for drinking. Since they were all riding horses, the tavern owner set up a crossbar in front of the pavilion for the horse.
Later, the car replaced the carriage, the number of people riding on the horse gradually decreased, and the crossbars were also removed. One of the pub owners was reluctant to throw away the crossbar that had become the symbol of the pub, and then removed it and placed it under the counter. However, it was a good place for customers to step on the foot and was loved by customers.
Since Yokoaki reads “bar” in English, people simply translate the pub into a “bar”, just like translating the cake “pie” into a “send”. The word bar comes from the homonym of English (Bar). The original meaning is a strip counter selling wine. It is a place where sailors, cowboys, businessmen and wanderers spend their time or vent their feelings. After hundreds of years of evolution, each The “bar” that advocates modern civilization and pursues high-grade life, healthy and elegant is quietly entering people’s leisure life, and at the same time forming a beautiful and unique cultural landscape in modern cities. The bar is often considered to be the main venue for the supply and consumption of various alcoholic beverages. It is one of the hotel’s catering departments and is designed for beverage service and leisure. The bar is often accompanied by a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere, usually with alcoholic beverages, and ready to serve soda and juice for those who are not good at drinking.
There have been many different names for public drinking spaces throughout history. In the colonial era of the United States, taverns were an important meeting place, as most other institutions were weak. During the 19th century saloons were very important to the leisure time of the working class.Today, even when an establishment uses a different name, such as “tavern” or “saloon” or, in the United Kingdom, a “pub”, the area of the establishment where the bartender pou
rs or mixes beverages is normally called “the bar”.
The sale and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages was prohibited in the first half of the 20th century in several countries, including Finland, Iceland, Norway, and the United States. In the United States, illegal bars during Prohibition were called “speakeasies”, “blind pigs”, and “blind tigers”.
Many Islamic countries prohibit bars as well as the possession or sale of alcohol for religious reasons, while others, including Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, allow bars in some specific areas, but only permit non-Muslims to drink in them.
Bars categorized by the kind of entertainment they offer:
Blues bars, specializing in the live blues style of music
Comedy bars, specializing in stand-up comedy entertainment
Dance bars, which have a dance floor where patrons dance to recorded music. Typically, if a venue has a large dance floor, focuses primarily on dancing rather than seated drinking, and hires professional DJs, it is considered to be a nightclub or discothèque rather than a bar.
Karaoke bars, with nightly karaoke as entertainment
Music bars, specializing in live music (i.e. concerts). Piano bars are one example.
Drag bars, which specialize in drag performances as entertainment
Salsa bars, where patrons dance to Latin salsa music
Sports bars, which are furnished with sports-related memorabilia and theming, and typically contain a large number of televisions used to broadcast major sporting events for their patrons.
A tiki bar offers a fully immersive and entertaining environment, including tropical cocktails, tiki carvings, exotica music, a dark, windowless space with light fixtures lending a soft glow, and nautical brick-a-brac that hints at romantic travels to exotic lands.
Topless bars, where topless female employees dance or serve drinks. In India, these bars are called dance bars, which is distinct from the type of “dance bar” discussed above.
The bar is like a coffee shop and has been socially active since its birth.Bars also often host party events (such as holiday parties, bachelor parties, uniform parties, etc.), which is a great place for people to relax and relax in their work.
For centuries, British people have been gathering with friends, colleagues chatting, When businessmen talk about business, they will use the bar as their first choice. The English gentleman in the minds of the world is also here to let go of the hard work and family troubles of the work, and triple the voice in laughter. If you are lucky, even if you say bad things about your boss in person, maybe he will boast that you are a straightforward good brother. On the British Isles, the only place where you can talk to strangers is the bar. Whether you are lining up to buy wine or sitting and chatting, as long as you are willing, you can open your heart at any time, and the people you see for the first time in peace will talk about topics of interest. Astronomy, geography, feelings, career, as long as the other party is equally interested, you can talk about an overnight.
Football is the national football of the United Kingdom, and the Premier League is naturally the most attractive topic in the bar. When there are important events, there will be a large number of fans gathered in the bar to cheer for the team they support. The bar will arrange a large screen wall in advance to welcome them and prepare to meet a small sales peak.