Nothing is better than spending Saturday evening with friends and having a few drinks at the bar. How do you decide which bar to visit this weekend? You have many options: music, ambiance, decor, and cocktails. Some bars cater to your specific needs. There are many themed bars out there, and they’re amazing!
There’s a bar for everyone, whether you’re a sci-fi geek, a Tim Burton fan, or a history buff. These bars are awash with creativity and a welcoming atmosphere. Don’t settle for boring bars and boring beers again. These are the 10 coolest bars in the world you need to visit!
Lockhart, a Canadian-based bar, has locations in Montreal and Toronto. It’s Harry Potter-themed and quite amazing. There are many Harry Potter-inspired drinks on their “Potions and Elixirs” menu, including their butter beer spiked with honey.
The decor is what makes the series come to life. The space is filled with magic and old brick details. There are sayings such as “mischief managed”, “All was well”, and others that can be found on the walls. It makes you feel like you’re part of the book. Lockhart doesn’t believe magic is real.
During the cold conflict, Berlin was physically split by a wall between the eastern and western. While the western side practiced democracy, communism was practiced by the eastern side. The Berlin bar in Melbourne (Australia) remembers the past in this Cold War-themed bar. The “wall” divides the bar into two, representing eastern and western Berlin. Both sides offer very different atmospheres. They use history to recreate the Cold War feeling. The cocktail menu doubles as a map of Berlin, making the experience even more authentic.
Beetle House in New York City is a dark and creepy bar. The bar is themed around famous works by Tim Burton, Edgar Allen Poe and Alfred Hitchcock. It’s a massive adult Halloween party. It began as a pop-up shop, but it was so popular that it has become an integral part of the city’s nightlife.
It celebrates all things weird and twisted and invites everyone to join in the celebration of individuality. It can hold only 45 people. This makes it intimate and allows you to make new friends who love everything macabre.
This bar was founded in Melbourne, Australia. Their motto is “Be more like George”. This bar is dedicated entirely to George Costanza of Seinfeld. Comedy nights are held every Thursday night. They also host a trivia evening every Wednesday. They are a huge hit and fill their space up on mid-week days. This bar promotes laughter and comedy, true to Costanza’s name. Seinfeld may seem like an odd theme at first, but after one night, you’ll understand why it’s been such a huge success.
The Way Station
This bar has a Doctor Who theme and is amazing. It is located in Brooklyn, New York. Although the space is small, it has a huge vibe. The unique decor and large TARDIS in one corner make it feel like you are in an episode. The drink menu has great names, many of which are named after characters or moments from the show. There are drinks for Doctors and a Sonic Screwdriver. It’s a great place to spend a night out with fellow Whovians. This is a great place to meet people who share your interests.
The Lab Gastropub
This L.A. bar makes science 18+. The modern décor reflects the modern approach to food and cocktails. The minimalist design reflects the cold, almost sterile environment in a real science lab. This is a popular spot for game day. There are many T.V.s and a wide selection of beers. You can even order a game-day meal. You can also check out Tito’s Thursdays and Taco Tuesdays. This bar is a must-visit place for science geeks.
Blacktail Bar is located in NYC. It recreates Havana, Cuba, at the time of Prohibition. It’s like stepping back in time with their decor. It’s retro and reminds us of the Prohibition period. But it has a tropical twist. The drink and cocktail menus celebrate Cuba’s music and rhythms, and the food menus take a Spanish spin on American classics. They also serve warm Churros, so let’s not get too excited. To soak up the alcohol, what’s better than a Churro?
This bar is all about gaming. Video games, board and card games, new schools, old-school. Cybermachina has everything. You will find familiarity and fun in the decor, including neon PAC-MAN signs and Mario gaming-inspired lights. Cybermachina hopes that everyone who comes in has a wonderful, nostalgic experience. It’s about having a great time being a kid again.
The menu is inspired by video games and features game-inspired cocktails and shots. Cybermachina celebrates childhood and encourages you to do the same.
The Maple Leaf
This pub is just one of many in London’s heart. The bar is unique in that it has a different theme. It celebrates all things Canadian. This place is a hub for Canadians who live in London, from the name and the color scheme to hockey.
You can find a wide range of beers and traditional Canadian food, such as Poutine. There will be a hockey game on the site. It is authentic in its portrayal of Canadian bar culture. This spot is a great way to feel closer to Canada for Canadians visiting the U.K.
Jerry Stone, who has been collecting Rolling Stones memorabilia over the past 40 years, owns this bar on Queen Street in Toronto. The bar is covered with Rolling Stones posters and records from every era they played music. The bar features rare collectible items the owner has collected over the years.
This music bar features all-female D.J.s and is open Friday and Saturday nights. Stones Place has a reputation for being a place where you can dance, celebrate and let loose.