This unique bar cabinet from Howard Miller furniture looks like a gigantic capsule microphone. The industrial-style cabinet is made from metal and wood and features a stemware rack, two fixed shelves, and a removable rack that holds up to 16 wine bottles. Curved metal doors add visual interest and let you peep what’s inside. Measures 78″ H x 23.25″ across.
When pastry artist Amaury Guichon was approached by Bailey’s to build a chocolate bar, he knew right away that they were looking for something more than a Hershey’s with almonds. What Amaury built is extraordinary – a life-size cocktail bar with a realistic woodgrain base, a marble top, three barstools, and a full set of barware.
Got some space to spare on your porch, deck, or yard? Taverns to Go makes these great structures that add a personal bar to any space. They’re made from pressure-treated lumber with galvanized roofing and come in sizes ranging from 4′ x 6′ to 10′ x 5′. They’re available in limited regions, so be sure to check before ordering.
This wheeled bar cart from Urban Outfitters features a playful mid-century modern design. Its swoopy iron structure is coated in a bright green finish and has two glass shelves for storing your favorite spirits and barware. If you’re ready to go all-in on 1970s style, they sell a matching coffee table, floor mirror, and side table.
A precision FPV drone takes us on a tour of MMA fighter and whiskey maker Conor McGregor’s Black Forge Inn, weaving between bartenders and into the kitchen to get us up close and personal with the bar, located in Conor’s Dublin 12 neighborhood. (Thanks, Patrick!)