The Best Bar Websites
A roundup of our favorite bar website designs
Bad Luck Bar
The alluring aesthetic at Bad Luck Bar comes to life on their new website, which is full of mystical illustrations and photographs that show off the bar’s elevated cocktail experience. There’s nothing mysterious, however, about how easy it is for their guests to purchase their gift cards online.
Los Angeles, CAthe40love.com
The style of 40 LOVE’s new website nods to classic American country clubs with features that take it into the modern age. The sports bar’s integrated reservations system lets guests easily secure their spot for the next big game.
Burro Bar’s website features bold and lively prints that draw visitors in to check them out. Their cheery, text-based menus are easy to read on any device and are just as easy for the bar’s team to update on the website’s backend.
Harriet’s, located on the rooftop of the Jeremy Hotel, is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail with a California view. Party planners can rejoice with their new website, where simple lead forms make booking private events in their indoor and outdoor spaces a breeze.
Lithology Brewing Co.
Lithology Brewing’s new website helps them manage their menu and rotating draft list online. They can also use the website’s eCommerce tools to sell their stylish, branded tote bags, t-shirts and hoodies directly to guests.
Whiskey Kitchen’s new single-scroll website gives guests direct access to all of their information while keeping it organized in stylized sections. With the addition of an online calendar, the pub can promote all of their various happenings, from their $10 lunch special to their ticketed events.
The neighborhood bar’s website shows off their spirit and unique character with whimsical illustrations and interior photographs. Lis Bar connects its guests across platforms by linking to their social accounts and including a live feed of their Instagram on their homepage.