L-Shaped Bar Aquarium - A modern hi-gloss L-shaped aquarium, the perfect accompaniment to a cool, modern grey colourscheme.
We didn't stay here and that means there are several of the restaurants we could not eat in. However, we did go have a drink at the famous "aquarium bar". Drinks were not cheap - but they were strong so one was plenty! Don't be intimidated. Service was outstanding from the moment we pulled up until the moment we left....
It's early afternoon on a Saturday and inside The Aquarium Bar the jukebox is playing country tunes. The bar is full, with small clusters of friends sharing a beer as some howl along to the mournful lyrics, while others turn their attention to a sports game on TV.
Massive bar aquarium / fish tank
Awesome aquariums fish tank bar for the basement :)
Built this custom bar to fit like a glove around this 55 gallon aquarium..Top panel lifts up to feed the fish and the bottom panel under the tank opens and it is all storage underneath..I started up the process determining dimensions to be taking by the aquarium and adapting this to the available space for the bar as this is a two level bar having an inner lower bar for preparations and the top serving bar area for guests. So after delivering with my self I started the project fixing the Aquarium base and wanted dimension for the L Shape Kegger Bar. so here are some pictures.Cichlid aquarium built into basement bar. The fish tank is a 180 gal fresh water aquarium with 120 watt led lights from ebay. It is a fresh water tank with a uv filter and two can filters.We were seated at the bar and enjoyed a nice view of the aquarium. Good quality food and it's nice that it's located right inside of Bass Pro Shop. It was a pleasant break from shopping.For a restaurant in a hunting and fishing supply store, the ambience of this restaurant takes you right to the Florida Gulf coast. The huge saltwater aquarium behind the bar is so lovely and peaceful to look at. The food is decent, but nothing exceptional. We started with gator nuggets, something we've had many a time in Florida. Some nuggets...I built this home bar with my two housemates earlier this year. We built a kegerator and then thought why not build a simple bar for it. Then everyone had some good ideas and things got a little less simple. We decided on the idea of an integrated fermentation chamber based on internet research (and we like to brew). The aquarium was really decided on mid build and we even had to make some alterations to accommodate it. The rotating tap was thought of while shopping at the hardware store and seeing a toilet flange and a ball bearing "lazy susan" piece that was metal, thin and strong and it all clicked that it could be done I had just never heard of it.