Corina Marisol. bar. March 04th , 2018.
A recent news story from sunny Florida brought this question to light for many people. The famous and upscale Sloppy Joe's Bar are taking the owners of Captain Tony's Saloon to court to settle an issue over who can really claim rights as the owner of the original Sloppy Joe's as well as bragging rights for a piece of the legend of Ernest Hemingway. The lawsuit which was filed on July 7th in the US District Court said that Captain Tony's infringed on the trademark of Sloppy Joe's. Legends say that Hemingway spent a great time drinking and writing at each bar. Fans of the individual bars argue over the facts that Hemingway ever drank or even visited the opposing bar.
When designing a bar there are many decisions to make based on the number and budget of the clientele, and the general atmosphere you want to create. Deciding between luxurious, homey or high tech gloss bar design is a matter of personal taste, but also a matter of what has succeeded in the past in any given area. Before doing anything, a prospective bar owner should tour all the bars in the area, to see what seems to draw a crowd. Pay attention to the bar design, overall dcor and atmosphere. Observe which bars are empty and which ones are full. Try to figure out why. Different locations have different preferences, so scope out the competition before opening a bar.
Silver bars arrive in a mixture of sizes, running from 5 grams, worth about $4 at late costs, to 100 troy ounces, evaluated at around $3,550 for "un-printed" ingots.
Whether to have an open bar or a cash bar at a wedding is a debate that can become quite heated. Everyone seems to have some opinion on the matter, and to a degree, everyone is correct. There is no right or wrong answer. It is a decision that belongs to the bride and groom. Hopefully, this will help the bride and groom make this decision.
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