The World’s Most Interesting Bars And Drinking Experiences

Drinks connoisseurs Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley scoured the globe in a bid to create their book, Straight Up: The Insiders’ Guide To The World’s Most Interesting Bars And Drinking Experiences, which features six sections detailing dozens of drinking holes and a cocktail of heady libations.

Europe

Tweed/Burgandy, Stockholm

Callooh Callay, London

Asia

Atlas, Singapore 

Aer at the Four Seasons, Mumbai 

Africa and Middle East 

Asoka, Cape Town 

Benny’s Cask Ale Pub, Tel Aviv

Australia 

Bar Americano, Melbourne 

The Baxter Inn, Sydney

North America 

Dead Rabbit, New York

Midnight Rambler, Dallas 

Central and South America

El Floridita, Havana 

The English Bar at the Country Club Hotel, Lima

Antarctica

Faraday bar, Vernadsky Research Station

What the book says: ‘*Before anyone says we missed an entire continent… If you fancy heading to arguably the world’s remotest bar, make it the tiny Faraday bar at the Vernadsky Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula. 

‘Built by the British and now owned by Ukraine, it has just seven seats, where you can enjoy shots of home-distilled vodka, wine and beer for around $3. 

‘As experiences go, this has to be one of the most extreme, but surely one of the most life-changing. Now, to ask for ice, or not…’ 

Source: DailyMail