Missouri bar charges customers by the hour, not by the drink

Drink for $10 an hour

This new bar doesn’t sell drinks, it sells time.

At Open Concept, a new bar in St. Louis, Missouri, customers pay by the hour to drink instead of by the beverage. 

You can drink as much as you can legally handle for $10 an hour and your time doesn’t start until you grab your first drink. 

The bar says on its website to forget what you are used to and come enjoy a unique experience. 

The menu includes many specialty drinks, standing cocktails, wine and beer. For $10 more an hour you can upgrade to top-shelf choices, additional beer offerings and straight shots. 

Open Concept offers a 2,500-square foot space with three large projector screens. 

While food isn’t served, you can order in any food you’d like. 

To learn more, click here.

Open Concept means an 2,500 sqft large open space, 3 100’ large projector screens, 4 50’ TV screens, a 100 sqft stage,...

Posted by Open Concept on Saturday, September 7, 2019

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