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Tastes richer, less filling.
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For a change of pace, why not take a large
coach, one of the rolling palaces used by
rock stars and old people in baseball caps,
or even an old double decker, whatever,
and remodel it to be a "super cool" rolling
bar. It could pick up patrons at strategic
designated places or at locations
existing customers want to get off, e.g.
their hotel, apartment or next club. It
could feature small cocktail tables, a cozy
bar, a bartender with good balance and
servers with even better balance. Like a
train's bar car that does a bit more
starting and stopping.
I guess it can be licensed? I've certainly
enjoyed cocktails in limos and maybe (I'm
a bit hazy here) even a chartered party
coach. If there's a licensing distinction,
it's charging for the drinks, but that could
be overcome by a high (pun not intended)
fare or cover charge.
Hopefully, if patron's were dropped at
home, the unique bar would discourage
The routed version. [phoenix, Jan 01 2008]
Not the same idea, but [funkychunky] comes up with it in an annotation. [phoenix, Jan 01 2008]
[normzone, Jan 02 2008]
||Not that I'm a binge-drinking sort of person, or anything, but isn't the sense of freedom one of the most important attractions of a night out getting drunk? And wouldn't this be ruined by being tied to a bus timetable?
||Better tied to a bus timetable than a train turntable.