Top 5 Bars From Around the World

So have you been to one of the best bars in Denver? Maybe you’ve visited our bar for Flip Night or had your name on the Name Calendar? When you are away from Denver and don’t have The Front Porch to visit, check out some of these fascinating bars!

1. The Red Sea Star

An underwater bar and restaurant, the Red Sea Star located in Eliat, Israel is filled with oceanic decor. Its observatory set-up makes for a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy the surrounding real-life sea creatures and calming waters.

2. Icebar Stockholm

Sweden is home to the original Icebar where the temperature is a chilly 23 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s the perfect place for a frosty beverage since everything inside the bar is made from ice harvested from the Torne River in Swedish Lapland — including the glasses you drink from.

We’d also suffer the cold in Quebec City’s amazing Ice Bar, pictured below:

Image credit: Tibor Magyar

3. The Clinic

Inspired by Damien Hirst’s Pharmacy installation, Singapore’s Clinic is a medical-themed bar that features wheelchairs, hospital beds, operating room light fixtures, drinks from IV bags, and more.

4. The Rock Bar

Bali’s Rock Bar is billed as “360-degrees of sheer glamour on the rocks.” It was designed by Yasuhiro Koichi from recycled glass and is located over 45 feet above the ocean. Part of the bar is accessed via a natural cave.

5. Alux Caverna Lounge

Stalagmites and stalactites abound at Alux in Mexico. Named after mythological Mayan beings said to live in caves, the bar calls one such underground cavern home.