Grab a seat at the bar.
Whether you’re enjoying oysters at an all-day cafe or draining Banquets at a burger joint, that’s the best piece of dining advice you’ll ever get.
Fewer seats means you’re more likely to score a pour of the funky new IPA they just put on draft, or to get to try a bite of the off-the-menu dessert the pastry chef is workshopping. A tiny bar cultivates conversation — with bartenders, chefs, tourists or locals — and it reveals all kinds of things about the food, drink and people who make a place tick.
Here are 13 of the best tiny bars — six seats or fewer — where you can dine, drink, listen and learn.Read More