Elegant, quite impersonal, trendy, with a kitchen… the best bars in the world have thousands of reasons to consider them as such. Know what are the best 10 and visit them if you have the opportunity.
London could not escape from this list giving us examples of really top bars for various reasons. The barman Alex Kratena delights visitors with its precious cocktails while highlighting its designer decor.
The Dead Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog, New York
The city that never sleeps, New York, distills arts and entertainment in its bars. Is the case of The Dead Dead Rabbit Grocery, where its owners created menus, bar design, walls and delicious drinks, reaching perfection.
This bar has its own character, where the owners Rosie Stimpson and Edmund Weil made a bar where they wanted to drink in the first place. And they do. Live swing music and renowned cocktails.
Attaboy, New York
We return to the Big Apple, and land in the Attaboy, which has passed through various hands. They remain faithful to the structure of earlier times, but there are changes too, since it is now more relaxed. It is famous by its creative drinks.
Employees Only, New York
Open almost every night of the week -either a Saturday or a Monday- always offering a lively atmosphere, excellent service and quality drinks. It stands out by being sensual, elegant and trendy, art deco style.
It has about 3,300 bottles, which form one of the largest distilleries in the world. Its decor is a nod to the origins of the British pubs, but it’s only three years old.
The Baxter Inn, Sydney
The mighty Baxter Inn moves back to its 2012 position, the number 7 on the list. When entering, it is bustling and very popular in the city, and they have a long list of whiskeys.
American Bar, London
Sophisticated, historic and very elegant. It has 125 years of history, and has seen many artists and relevant people, with classic and modern cocktails.
High Five, Tokyo
In Tokyo there are thousands of bars, each more modern and stylish. For years this bar occupies the top positions in Japan and the world. Drinks and high quality sushi.
28 HongKong Street, Singapore
This bar opens in response to the growing trend in New York’s cocktail bars. Its manager moved this concept to Singapore and it has renowned bartenders from different origins, creating always different cocktails.