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Top 10 most unusual bars in the US

Themed bars offer a fun and exciting experience. In the United States, there are some crazy concepts. Throughout the country, these unusual bears are doing their utmost to offer their guests unforgettable moments.

1.San Francisco’s Dungeon (San Francisco)

Normally, seeing a huge rat tumble on the table while sipping your IPA peacefully is not pleasant and can seriously question the cleanliness of the establishment. San Francisco’s Dungeon, on the other hand, is normal. Welcome to the US side rat bar. The concept is a bit the same as for a cat bar because here, the rats all belong to Radical Rongent Rescue, a conservation association for rats. They do not come out of the sewers and do not carry the virus of the black plague. Well, that said, this bar was an ephemeral bar that only opened for a few days in June. But who knows? Maybe one day someone will have the idea to really open a rat bar…

2. Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium (Atlanta, Georgia)

Perhaps the bar with the longest name in the history of bars. A totally improbable thing, with many objects relating to religion, luminous angels, crucifixes and other artistic decorations of good taste, and of course ping pong. Tournaments are even organized throughout the year, while loudspeakers broadcast sacred music. Westin Atlanta is the place to stay while touring Georgia.

3. Mutts Canine Cantina (Dallas, Texas)

Who has not dreamed, after a long day of work, to get ready with their four-legged friend to go down to grab a beer or two at the local bar? Well, in Mutts Canine Cantina it is possible. Here, you can come with your dog! Dogs can enjoy ice cream specifically made for them, a patio, a park, and all sorts of cool stuff without alcohol.

4. Please Do not Tell (New York, New York)

To go to this bar, you must book in advance. When the day comes, you walk in and go to a phone booth to let them know you’ve arrived. There, we are invited to enter a hot dog vendor to finally reach the bar. Decorated with stuffed animals, this hidden bar (but legal), serves superb cocktails.

5. Carousel Piano Bar & Lounge (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Located inside the Hotel Monteleone, this bar, unlike any other dating back to 1949, offers its customers a drink around a carousel. The problem is that this adult carousel moves, so we tend to feel drunk before we reach the limit. That said, it’s beautiful and a fun place to hang out and see while in New Orleans.

6. The Lovecraft Bar (Portland, OR)

If you’re a fan of Lovecraft, this place is for you. At any time, Cthulhu can cross the floor to pay you blows! Otherwise, the atmosphere is horror, with decoration inspired by the writings of Lovecraft and events in tune organized throughout the year. Funny detail, here there is no happy hour but an un-happy hour, where you can enjoy discounted drinks.

7. Unicorn (Seattle, Washington)

The paradise of unicorns and corn dogs! You can also enjoy fried unicorn balls or balls of fried unicorns. The class! In addition, there are arcade stations, photo booths, and karaoke.

8. The Tunnel Bar (Northampton, Massachusetts)

Beautiful wooden tables, upholstered chairs, and 600 different kinds of rums! All in a tunnel! If Jack Sparrow really existed, he would surely get drunk here.

9. Rusty Mullets (Los Angeles, California)

This one we love! Here, we celebrate the mullet cut and the state of mind that goes with it. Redneck America, with cheap beer for $1 during happy hour. The food is also very simple and delicious. And as if that were not enough, when the weather permits, parties are held outside, on the beach.

10. Minus5 Ice Bar (Las Vegas, Nevada)

The craziest city in the world had to be on this list. Because if you can find conventional bars, you can also find many more original establishments, such as this Minus5 Ice Bar, which is hidden in the Mandalay Bay Hotel. A bar in which it is only 5 degrees Celsius. At the entrance, as we are in Las Vegas and therefore rarely prepared to face such cold temperatures, you must pay a few dollars to rent a coat and gloves. You can also pay more for less basic outfits. Ice is everywhere. The glasses are also not glass but ice. Perfect for a good thermal shock in Summer!