Originally meant to be an antique store that served beer and wine, ReBAR ultimately got a full-blown liquor license, meaning you can order a gin & tonic while browsing for something to buy -- everything is for sale here (and we mean everything), including whatever you're sitting on or drinking your cocktail out of. You just might leave this funky, neon-lit dive bar in Downtown Arts District with both a buzz from the wine on tap and a vintage wooden chair for your living room.
After all that shopping you probably need a drink. Head to ReBAR, a popular Downtown locals’ bar that also doubles as a vintage store where damn near everything you see is for sale—the neon beer signs, the German cuckoo clocks, the taxidermy, the instruments, the framed mass-produced painting reproductions that your grandma once had, the life-sized cardboard cutout of Fabio—all of it! They’ve also got dirt-cheap drinks, which are getting harder and harder to come by as the Arts District gets trendier and trendier.
Two separate spaces but effectively one place, ReBAR and Davy’s in the Arts District are local favorites for enjoying some cheap drinks, perusing the eclectic collection of vintage items (all available to buy!), and listening to live music on the huge patio out back. They also serve a sizable menu of bar food (wings, sandwiches, “drunk dogs”) for when you need something to soak up all that booze.