A Bar is a locality or gastronomic equipment, where primarily drinks are served.
The word was borrowed in the 19th century from the English bar, which (like the Old French word barre) originally meant crossbar and later designated a barrier consisting of several poles. In the narrower sense, the term refers only to the actual bar (see Old High German bâri, 'carrying'), in front of the guest either stands or sits on bar stools and where the drinks are prepared and consumed, and the corresponding shelves for Bottles and accessories (English: backbar). The term "home bar" is sometimes used only for a private collection of spirits bottles. In a broader sense, the term "bar" refers to the entire restaurant in the sense of a gastronomic facility - so you can "sit in a bar (bar) at the bar".