Raise a glass to the rise of the home bar
You can’t go to the pub to celebrate the festive season, but you can bring the pub to you
As most New Year’s Eve festivities have been put on ice for 2020, many of us will be ringing in the dawn of a more hopeful and promising year at home.
To that end, members of the Irish Antique Dealers’ Association are witnessing a growing trend of householders designating areas at home to make and serve drinks.
“People seem to be bringing the bar to their homes to alleviate the pressure of Covid-19,”...
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