Bar sinks are often overlooked as an opportunity to enhance the bar area. But with more variety in designs, you can now outfit your bar with a bar sink that perfectly fits your needs. Whether you need a tiny sink to rinse glasses in a small bar or want a shaped, long sink for a bar where you entertain many â€“ and often! â€“ new designs are more sophisticated and more affordable. Depending on your bar set-up, these extra bar sinks can also serve as excellent prep areas for food preparation. Keep in mind, like for any other sink, itâ€™s often easiest to shop for a sink and faucet together, to assure compatibility.
When building a home bar, one of the biggest decisions youâ€™ll have to make is actually a fairly deceptive one â€“ to install a bar sink or not. Depending on the location of your bar, and that locationâ€™s access to plumbing, this can be a relatively simple job. But if not, is it really worth spending the extra money for a water supply and drain, or even worth altering the location of your planned project to get one? Bar sinks add important utility to a home bar â€“ and can be pretty snazzy to look at, too â€“ but what difference does having one really make?.. Read full article
It´s usually a party kill when half of the guests decide to leave and go to a bar downtown. This happened at a party I went to a couple weeks ago. It was initially a huge group, but the party took two major blows. First there was a car accident in front of the house, and half the people left to see the damage. Then, after the crash scene disappeared, everyone except six people went to a bar. It was absurd, especially since the host had bought a keg for everyone! Only myself and the two hosts took any beer from it. Maybe having a killer bar at a party can trump the barhopping mentality. Read full article