The World’s First Underwater Bar Doesn’t Serve Booze, So What’s the Point
There is a venue in Mexico claiming to be the first on earth to offer a rather unusual tourist attraction. Nope, it’s not a swim-up bar… those are a dime a dozen in tropical locations. Instead, it’s a bar that’s fully submerged underwater. But here’s the rub about this underwater bar: It serves no booze.
OK, we get it. That makes sense: It’s pretty hard to drink underwater while wearing an oxygen helmet.
While you’re underwater you can play giant Jenga, shoot a bubble gun, dance, and take photos with fun props.
The bar is in an aquarium though — not the open sea. The Clear Lounge explains the scenario like a scene from a futuristic movie: “You’ll feel the weightlessness of the underwater world all around you, while the colorful lights and bubbles, mixed with refreshing, aromatic oxygen, exhilarate your senses. It’s a whole body, multi-sensory experience.”
It also comes with a $67 cover charge… with the first so-called “oxygen smoothie” free.