Rather than build a standalone structure from the ground up, the architectural experts at Honomobar start out with a recycled shipping container and incorporate sleek design elements and bar-standard features to transform it into the sort of backyard watering hole you'll be proud to invite people over to. Specifically, each one measures roughly 100 square feet and comes outfitted with a Canadian Fir butcher block bar top, a floating shelf, three-foot cedar overhang, and a main bar area that opens up via hydraulic lifting arms. In terms of the booze offered, keeping it stocked is on you.
You can have one dropped off and set up in just about any locale you want -- poolside, by the lake, or even in the middle of the woods -- and you don't need a foundation to have it installed. The only infrastructure you need to take care of is the plumbing and electricity. Depending on your climate, you may also want to install insulation if you intend use it year-round. Otherwise, it comes equipped with an aluminum roll shutter that'll securely lock it up for the season.