We're not sure if it's sanctioned by Apple, but the iBar does its best to be as cool and modern as your iPhone, iPad and every other iDevice that might show up by the next time we update this page. With crisp accents and plenty of space to start or end the night in style, iBar is a lobby and casino bar with its eye on the future.
Perhaps the most noteworthy additions to iBar are the screen tables that allow users to order from the comfort of however comfortable a bar seat can be. If the bar is too busy, or you just can't be pulled away from your cute friend's fascinating conversation about their new favorite app, this is the place to be -- unless that favorite app is one that allows you to order from your phone.
If you crave some entertainment while playing with your screens, iBar also plays music with accompanying videos displayed on the overhead TVs. The database is stocked with more than 400,000 sounds -- so about the same amount you listen to for free online in a year.
In this town, casino lounges are about $10 a dozen (nothing costs a dime anymore) and iBar is itching to be the it place. For tech lovers who don't get enough eye strain from their iPhones, or anyone looking for a relaxing drink and some virtual revelry at Rio, iBar has the drinks for that.