Cheers! Cheers! L & # 39; Chaim!
Drinkers can raise a glass in honor of a St. Louis bar Open Concept that charges customers by the hour and not the drink.
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"We decided to mix technology with the open bar concept," bar owner Michael Butler told KMOV. "Where you can pay per hour and you can stay on the spot for as long as you want . "
Customers log in for bar time using their mobile phone. The cost is $ 1
"I would host events where we paid the hour for admission and have an open bar," he told St. Louis Magazine. "We got a lot of pre-sale tickets online, and we created drinks with big batch to cut costs. "
How does Open Concept go to bacchanalia?
A bar app keeps track of the income of the borrowers so that they are not exaggerated. The system scans the driver's license for height and weight to develop a number of drinks per hour to keep the patron saint within legal limits, St. Louis Magazine reported.
Open Concept opened Friday.
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