For many years, your average bar looked much like every other bar. It would have parallel 2-foot-wide front and rear counters about 42-inches high, with stainless equipment underneath. The front, or customer side, of the bar would have an overhang and a foot rail in front of the stools. Liquor bottles and glasses were displayed on a decorative back bar in multiple tiers. Larger bars might have two counters in an oval shape, with a refrigerated island in the center. Tiered bottle displays ...
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