While it’s not necessarily true that most famous pubs in the world choose wallpaper decor, some do opt for wallpaper as part of their interior design for various reasons.
Heritage and Tradition
Many pubs, especially those in historic buildings or locations, aim to maintain a sense of tradition and heritage. Traditional-style wallpapers can help establish a connection to the past, enhancing the pub’s unique charm and historical appeal.
Wallpaper comes in a wide range of colours, patterns, and textures, as you can see at Wallpassion, one of the largest sellers. Pubs may choose a wallpaper that complements their branding, enhances the visual appeal of the space, or even tells a story through its design.
Ease of Maintenance
Commercial spaces such as pubs can experience a lot of foot traffic and wear and tear. Wallpapers, such as those available at Wallpassion, are durable and resistant to damage, making it a practical choice for top pubs and other places where regular maintenance is crucial.
Wallpaper offers a versatile way to experiment with different design themes without committing to permanent changes. Pubs can easily switch out wallpaper to refresh their interior decor, keeping the space interesting for regular customers.
In the UK there are close to 50,000 pubs for the general public to enjoy. With so much choice it can be difficult for pub owners to stand out from their competitors. There are numerous ways for these businesses to branch out and achieve fame. Some offer takeaway drinks to their customers. Others make patrons feel like VIPs by giving them exclusive access. However, a more efficient way to become famous is through the use of wall art.
The pub owner could make the interior look completely unique. This can be achieved by visiting the wall art website Desenio. There are many different colourful and classy designs available. It is even possible to upload a bespoke image and turn it into a print. The possibilities are endless if the pub manager chooses Desenio. They are sure to find a product that fits in with the unique branding of their drinking establishment. It is also worth noting that the prices are very affordable.
A Welcoming Atmosphere
Most customers will make up their mind about a pub as soon as they enter it. First impressions are essential. This is why it is important to invest in great looking interior design. Prints that evoke a welcoming atmosphere will attract more people.
Throughout the UK there are plenty of high profile pubs. Some of them are centuries old. Others are fairly new but have already attained popularity. In the past people were able to smoke freely within these establishments. When the British public smoking ban came into effect that changed.
However, there are other discrete ways to enjoy nicotine. The patron might decide to do so in pouch form. Before doing so it is important to check the rules of the pub to ensure that nicotine pouches are permitted. Each famous drinking establishment will have its own regulations for customers to follow.
Finding a Product
The nicotine industry has recognised the recent shift to pouches. Therefore there are several options to choose from. The pub patron could visit a Snus UK website such as Haypp if they want the best possible product. This company provides pouches in a range of flavours. These include fruit, mint, coffee and liquorice. Customers can try out different brands via the Haypp website. Fans of VELO, LOOP, Nordic Spirit, White Fox, Skruf, ZoneX or ZYN cans will be able to find something that appeals to their tastes.
Enjoying With Friends
Once the person has found a famous pub that allows nicotine pouches they can try out different flavours with friends within the establishment. Doing so will help to increase their social bonds. It may also help each of them to discover their favourite type of pouch. It is a great way to spend a night out.
Not many bars have their own TV series, but the most well-known is the American sitcom Cheers, with the first episode airing on the 30th of September, 1982, and ran its final episode on the 20th of May, 1993. In total there were 275 30 minute episodes of the show, spread across eleven seasons. The show was produced by Charles Products in association with Paramount Network Television, and takes place in a bar named Cheers in Boston, Massachusetts, where a small group of locals meet to drink, relax, and socialise.
Although the show was nearly cancelled early on due to being ranked almost last in the ratings for its premiere, it went on to become a highly rated show in America, managing to earn a top-ten rating during eight out of its eleven season, including managing one season at the number one spot.
The show has even managed to create its own spin-off show, which featured the character Frasier Crane as the main character in his own show, Fraiser.
The show has a number of main characters, with perhaps the overall main character of the show being the bar’s owner, Sam Malone, who also works as a bartender. Sam Malone is a well-known womaniser, helped by his former career as a professional baseball player, when he played for the Boston Red Sox, until alcoholism destroyed his career. Sam has a number of flings with one-off characters in the show, yet fails to maintain a serious relationship with anyone in the show.
Diane Chambers is an academic, who is studying at Boston University, and works at the bar as a cocktail waitress. She was eventually written out of the show, with her character deciding to leave Boston behind to pursue a writing career in Los Angeles, California.
Carla Tortelli, considered by many to be the comedic relief of the show, is a cynical and mocking cocktail waitress who frequently treats customers badly. Carla is inept with relationships, with her frequently disastrous relationships being a common comical story of the show.
Norm Peterson is a regular attendee of the bar, and an occasionally-employed accountant. Although the character was not intended to be a regular for the show, audiences liked the character so much that he was made a permanent character.
Not all famous bars and pubs around the world are places that feature real drinkers. Possibly the most well-known bar in the United Kingdom, the Queen Victoria, is in-fact a fictional pub from the TV series, EastEnders. The pub is often called The Queen Vic, or simply The Vic, and made its first appearance on television on the 19th of February in 1985. The fictional pub sits on 46 Albert Square, Walford, in London, and has had numerous owners and employees over the years.
The fictional backstory for the pub states that Albert Square was originally built around 1860, during the reign of Queen Victoria. Originally the pub was going to be named The Balmoral, but after the death of Prince Albert it was decided that the pub would be called The Queen Victoria as a tribute to the Queen in mourning.
The pub is a central part of many plotlines that take place in EastEnders, and is likely the most haunted pub in the United Kingdom, according to Inside Soap, given the number of people that had died in the pub. To-date, five characters have died on the pub premises, Den, Archie Mitchell, Bradley Branning, Tiffany Mitchell, and Tom Clements.
The pub has also been damaged by fire twice during the show’s history, once in 1992 when character Grand Mitchell sets fire to the pub, and once again during a 2010 storyline. The 2010 storyline was an important part of the pub’s redesign, as parts of the interior had to be re-done for high-definition broadcasting and the fire allowed for the redesign to happen without affecting the show’s continuity.
The pub is featured in nearly every episode of EastEnders, and almost every character has had scenes take place in the pub at least once. There are many ‘regulars’ to the pub, with some of the more criminally minded characters making frequent use of the pub for their dealings. Aside from the fires that have consumed the pub over the years, the plotlines that directly involve the pub have often revolved around the changing owners of the pub. To-date there have been over a dozen owners, something that is quite rare for an actual pub. The current owner of the pub is Lee Carter, who has owned the pub after being able to purchase the pub back from the character Fi Browning, due to financial irregularities of the, at the time, failing pub.
One of the most famous gay bars in the world, the Stonewall Inn, often just called Stonewall, dates back to 1843. The original construction at the site of the bar took place between 1843 and 1846, although at that time the site was constructed as stables. It wasn’t until the prohibition years in the U.S. that alcohol was first served on the premises, with the property functioning as a “tea room”. It was at that time that Stonewall was given its name, being named after the owner, Bonnie.
Stonewall was converted into a restaurant called Bonnie’s Stonewall Inn during the 1930s, later being renamed as the Stonewall Inn Restaurant. It remained a restaurant until the interior was destroyed by a fire that occurred in the 1960s.
Three members of the Mafia decided to invest in the bar in 1966, and decided to turn it into a gay bar. This turned out to be a good move for the bar, as members of the mafia had police connections and were able to mitigate the effects of police raids on gay bars, which were commonplace at that time. The mafia would use tricks such as keeping large reserves of alcohol nearby in case the police seized any alcohol during a raid.
Stonewall was also the site of a famous incident, later dubbed the Stonewall riots. The riots were a series of violent demonstrations against the police by members of the gay community in New York City. The gay community were demonstrating against the frequent police raids that took place in gay bars, but it wasn’t until a raid that happened in the early hours on the 28th of June, 1969, that the riot began. The police had raided Stonewall at approximately 1:20 am, but were left outnumbered as reinforcements failed to arrive on time. After the arrest of one of the patrons, who may or not have been Storme DeLarverie, managed to incite the crowd to fight back against the police.
It is still debated whether or not the incident at Stonewall has been a positive or negative for the LGBT community, but it wasn’t until that night that the first gay pride rally took place, a rally that has taken place each year since.
After the riots, Stonewall closed down and the site was split up between a number of new businesses that took over occupation, such as a bagel sandwich shop and a Chinese restaurant. It wasn’t until the mid-1990s that a bar stood on the site once more, which was unfortunately closed down due to neglect and gross mis-management. The site went on to find new owners, and a now-successful gay bar and nightclub inhabits the spot, with no signs to close down any time soon.
The Australian bar Black Pearl was opened 15 years ago and has been named the Best Bar in Australia a number of times at the World’s 50 Best Bars Awards. The bar has also been ranked at number 22 in the world in the list overall.
The current head bartender is Chris Hysted-Adams, who has worked at the bar for a number of years and is responsible for helping keeping the bar’s reputation as one of the best in the world.
The Black Pearl has a reputation of being a friendly, easy-going bar that is welcoming to both tourists and regulars, an important part of any bar’s reputation.
The bar serves a number of locally brewed beers, as well as having an extensive cocktail menu, their cocktails are inspired by the large number of Asian alcohols that are prevalent in the region, such as their Harajuku Highball cocktail, which uses Hakushu distiller’s reserve Japanese whisky as its main liqueur. One of their other main cocktails is their “Three Drop Swizzle”, which consists of Qanqueray number 10 gin, lime, pine, and becherovka. Although their cocktails have been considered by many to be on the pricier side, most who have visited the bar maintain that they are worth the money.
The bar also serves home cooked food instead of traditional bar snacks, with their sausage rolls being a particular favourite amongst bar visitors. As well as western style foods, they serve some eastern style snacks as well, and are known for their baba ghanoush bar snacks.
A tavern is a place of business where people gather together to consume alcoholic drinks as well as be served food. A tavern is different from a bar, in that a tavern typically serves actual meals, instead of a bar which typically serves just snacks. Taverns also very commonly offer lodgings to travellers, and taverns that are licensed to do so will host any guests as lodgers. The word derives from the Latin word “taberna”, which originally meant a shed, workshop, or pub.
Taverns have been present in some form in every alcohol consuming country in the world, but some of the best known come from either Europe or America. Famously, the first shots ever fired of the American Revolution happened at the Buckman Tavern in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Taverns have also been important social gathering points throughout history, with a number of professionals making contacts through taverns, notably working-class jobs.
Taverns have also been a part of maritime culture for centuries, with the first thing that many sailors do after reaching land being to visit a tavern. Although there have been criticisms of taverns over the years, they remain popular today.