Camp – Brooklyn, NY
If you’re looking for a bar to hang out and relax in with an awesomely rustic atmosphere then look no further than Camp, a bar made to feel like a hunting lodge out in the wilderness. The décor comes mounted trophy’s, log walls and log-built furniture that’ll make you feel like you’re in the heart of Americas wild frontier as opposed to the bustling city. Enjoy a few S’mores, a nice boardgame between friends and top it off with a cool marshmallow sprinkled vanilla martini. Head there on the weekends and DJs and karaoke will liven the place up for the evening too so everyone’s a winner.
Smuggler’s Cove – Los Angeles, CA
Arrr me hearties, be yea lookin’ fer a tavern ta slosh down the grog? Well if it’s a pirate’s life for you and your answer to that be “Aye me matey!” then you should be sailing your way over to Smugglers cove in Los Angeles, California as we speak. This pirate styled bar doesn’t just look the part, with its nautical setting complete with hanging anchor and water pool below deck (downstairs), but it also offers an incredible range of around 600 different rums as well as 100 different tiki style exotic cocktails that’ll have you singing bawdy sea shanties in no time at all.
The Carousel Bar – New Orleans, LA
The Carousel Bar has been entertaining its patrons for years, not only does the bar have all the charm and the appearance of a carousel but it actually spins around too. That’s right you are essentially ordering your drinks from a ride. If that isn’t awesome enough for you well the bar actually holds a certain prestige beyond that too, in the past authors like Ernest Hemmingway and Tennessee Williams have visited and written about it in the past and if it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for you. Whilst enjoying your drink here you’ll be treated to some live music and jazz and excellent views of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Seeing as you’re here why not order yourself a Sazerac? It’s the official cocktail of New Orleans.
The Chandelier – Las Vegas, NV
If you’ve ever turned to your loved one and said something along the lines of “Darling, the oldest vino in the cellar is a mere 14 years and I’m all out of aged malts, let us wine and dine out on the town with no expense spared!” then you can’t go wrong with The Chandelier. This bar is essentially a giant three floor chandelier decorated with more than two million crystal beads and is practically dripping with luxury. Each floor of the bar offers a unique experience, the bottom hosting DJs and a fun atmosphere, the middle floor being for artisan, handmade cocktails and the top floor hosts an intimate lounge approach. Just a heads up, drinks aren’t cheap.