Bars in the United States – For the most part, all bars are the same. There’s sports bars, dive bars, sad “we have regulars here at 10 a.m. bars…” But how many bars are there that are so unique and different that they actually are breathtaking? Not many.
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At most bars, visitors can expect to find lots of liquor, beer, bar eats, and usually a dart board or two. Once you’re past the new and shiny stage of being 21, run of the mill bars like these get boring.
Little do many people know that there are unique, crazy bars out there to be explored. There are still speakeasy style bars, with a password required for entry and an old-timey feel. There are tons of themed bars that fit the niche interest for even the weirdest obsessions… If Christmas is your thing, there’s definitely a Christmas themed bar named Lala’s in Austin, Texas. The United States has tons of uncommon bars just waiting to be seen, whether you’re in the Pacific Northwest or the East Coast. Even those who gave up the bar scene because of age, or boredom of the same old night out, will want to have a wild night out at at least one of these establishments. Here are 15 of the coolest must-visit bars in the United States.
15. Mutt’s Canine Cantina, Dallas
For dog lovers, this place is straight out of heaven. Going to the dog park can often get boring for the pet owners, and Mutt’s Canine Cantina caters to that problem. Located in the heart of Dallas is where this unique bar can be found. There’s an off-leash dog park for the pups to run around, and a beer garden for the owners to relax and socialize. In the beer garden, dog owners can grab a beer, glass of wine, or even a margarita. They even have a food menu, with hot dogs, burgers, salads, and snacks for dogs as well. Entry to the dog park isn’t free, though. Visitors have the option to purchase a $5.95 day pass, $15.95 monthly pass, or a $119.40 annual pass.
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