News and Articles About Bars
After months of protest from the food industry, California repealed its controversial glove requirement law.
The Sunset Marquis isn't just a place where entertainment icons stay and play--it's a Hollywood legend in its own right. Here's your all-access pass.
Fanatic connects geographically dispersed die-hards of college and pro sports teams.
Rude, crude, sexist and often mean-spirited, David Portnoy's Barstool Sports has become a go-to for young men. But can Portnoy continue to cash in on controversy?
From old-school to trendy and everything in between, here are the best bars for business in some of the best U.S. cities for 'treps.
Taplister helps customers and bartender up-to-date on what's being poured at their favorite bars.
How to behave in any bar meeting. Remember: Don't have what he's having.
How eco-friendly practices are helping drinking establishments attract a loyal clientele.
New nightlife apps from three young treps give scenesters the inside scoop before setting foot inside a bar or club.
This new app enables restaurant and bar patrons to cash out their bill via smartphone, simplifying the process for customers and servers alike.
Arts entrepreneurs won't save the day for every city, but in some spots, they're the new oil (paint) barons.
Chicago's Finch's Beer replaces signage with social media marketing and finds frothy fame.
Sometimes the only way to save a business is to start over, even down to changing its name. Here's how bar owners learned that lesson on Spike TV's 'Bar Rescue.'
Bar consultant Jon Taffer offers his top three management tips for business owners in all industries.
The back-of-the-napkin business plan is not just a myth. Here are just a few examples of business ideas that took shape over drinks.
This social network says it's more than just 'Groupon for nightlife.'
Marlo Scott transcended the whole sticky-sweet cupcake trend with a genius concept--serve them with booze!
The owner of a trio of Irish pubs in New York City offers need-to-know tips and advice to aspiring bar owners.
From long hours to solving countless problems, opening a bar is more than just slinging beers.
Tom Shannon's chain of bowling alleys breaks the suburb stereotype.