Bar lets patrons serve themselves from personal mini bars

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A few weeks ago, we wrote about a Washington, D.C. bar that cuts wait times for drinks through a no-standing policy. A new bar in Amsterdam has devised a different strategy: guests serve themselves from their own mini bars. The establishment, Minibar, is set to open soon. How it works? Customers leave a passport or driver's license with a staff member and are given an ice bucket and a key to their bar. The numbered mini fridges fill an entire wall, and vary in size and content—guests can choose from beer bars, champagne bars and mixed bars. Like an old-fashioned…

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