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From Whiskey-Themed Bars to Frozen Cocktail Lounges

 - Dec 20, 2016
Themed bars are becoming increasingly common as people seek new and more dynamic experiences when they're going out. Some of the more prominent patterns that can be found in this industry are ones that are centralized around specific types of alcohol, as well as ones that offer much more extreme experiences than most.

The Shinagawa Highball Bar in Tokyo is one example of bars being centralized around one specific type of alcohol. The space's decorative elements are all whiskey-themed, with bottles covering the walls and the front door of the establishment resembling a whiskey barrel.

Icebar Orlando is self-described as the "largest permanent ice bar in the world," functioning as a severe juxtaposition to the cloying heat of Orlando. The lounge is made from several tons of ice, and visitors are offered a coat and hat upon entering the space.