backbar

backbar

A work surface behind (and at the same height as) a liquor or service bar; usually has cabinets under the work surface which are used for storage, for the display of bottles and glassware, or for refrigerated coolers.
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Most bartenders now stock a few bottles next to the rums on the backbar.
* Topix Pharmaceuticals has rolled out the" Backbar Line," a collection of 10 professional products that empower physicians to utilize their own micro-branded line in the treatment room and provide patients with the same branded regimen for at-home use.
ExPurtise[R] sponsored contestants used backbar products during the treatments for Skin Games competition and supplied home care products for the Contestant's Model to use in between professional treatments.
The sandstone exterior has been treated in an "exemplary manner", while the interior, with its outstanding woodwork (including the ornate backbar), impressive plaster ceiling and wonderful stained and etched glass, has been painstakingly returned to its Edwardian magnifi-cence.
"I love dive bars,'' asserting that he thinks of dive bars more as smaller, neighborhood bars, pointing to George's, attached to Coney Island Hot Dogs on Southbridge Street, and Guertin's Cafe on Grand Street, with its great, vintage backbar and stained glass above the bar, as a couple of his favorites.
LED fiber-optic illuminators provide remote access and continue the warm glow for the bar-dye and backbar. At the spa entry, carefully detailed fixtures concealed between stone walls and wood beams transition the guest from the historical lobby to a modern-day vision of traditional Hawaiian culture.
Lorillard's approach, which is anchored by a billboard of Blu on the backbar and incents retailers with a cigarette-like monthly payment, suggests they believe that backbar placement is the most logical home for the category."
The list includes such things as factory camo; lightweight, see-through platforms; knobs instead of wingnuts; padded seats and arm/rifle rests; individual foot straps/stirrups; quiet nylon bushings; narrow climbing ladders; carbon fiber composite platforms; single-pole climbers with enclosed steps; welded backbar bolts; a climbing stand system eliminating the need for pins, knobs, nuts, or bolts; aluminum SummitLokt construction, and much, much more.
"The Wine by Glass has been added by importing from Santa Barbara California, a six bottle (4 White and 2 Red) Winekeeper backbar system, which will add elegant drink menu along with beer on the tap.
The folding stand boasts padded armrests, seat and back rest for comfort, RapidClimb stirrups for quick, safe ascending and descending, nylon bushings at all pivot points for silence and a threaded backbar knob instead of the usual pin.
The interlocking feature of the Selectatec-type backbar is one such device.