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A bar (also called a pub, tavern, saloon, beer garden or taproom) is an establishment licensed to serve drinks, especially alcoholic beverages such as beer, liquor, and cocktails, for consumption on the premises.
Bars provide chairs for their visitors along tables or raised counters. Some bars offer entertainment shows on a stage, such as a live band, comedians, go-go dancers, a floorshow. Bars that are part of hotels are sometimes called long bars or hotel lounges.

The term bar is derived from the specialized counter on which drinks are served and is a synecdoche applied to the whole of the drinking establishment. The back bar or gantry is a set of shelves of glasses and bottles behind that counter. In some bars, the gantry is elaborately decorated with woodwork, etched glass, mirrors, and lights. When food is served elsewhere in the establishment, it may also be ordered and eaten at the bar.

Bars categorized by the clientele who comes to the bar include: biker bars, which are bars frequented by motorcycle enthusiasts, and in some regions, motorcycle gang members; gay bars, where gay men or women dance and socialize; cop bars, where off-duty law enforcement agents gather; and singles bars where (mostly) unmarried people of both genders can socialize and meet.

A bar's owners and managers typically choose establishment names, decor, drink menus, lighting and other elements they can control so as to attract a certain clientele. However, bar operators have only limited influence over who visits their establishments, and a bar envisioned for one demographic can become popular with another. For example, a gay bar with a dance floor might attract an increasingly straight clientele over time and vice versa. As well, a blues club may become a de facto biker bar if its main clients are biker gang members.
There are also retro bars and lounge bars. A dive bar is a more informal bar.

Wine bars
Although the trend of wine bars in the United States was not well received in the 1980s, they began to gain popularity in the 90s. By early 2000, wine bars became very popular and started popping up in many metropolitan neighbourhoods across the country. Wine bars now rival the local hangouts such as coffee shops and local bars. The wine bar phenomenon offers the taste before you buy philosophy. Wine bars put a new spin on wine tasting. They seek to remove the association of wine with upscale clientele and overwhelming wine-lists, and replace it with a more casual and relaxing atmosphere. Many of these bars are furnished with nooks and cosy booths encased in rich colours and plush surroundings in hopes their guests will linger. Wine bars look to embrace the intellectual stimulation linked to wine and offer an alternative to the bar scene. The laid-back environment lends itself to a good socializing setting with a less crowded feel and more intimate appeal. Modern wine bars have begun to incorporate a larger variety of food choices. Traditionally associated with cheeses and desserts, wine bars are looking to combine wine with appetizer-sized gourmet selections to enhance the palate. The concept brings the tastes of fancy restaurants to a dressed-down setting. Restaurant owners and chefs take the opposite approach and use wine bars as an opportunity for expansion.
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