These are the most influential bars of the last 200 issues

Australian Bartender's 200 issues have seen a lot of great bars come and go, while some — like long-lived bars Gin Palace, The Bowery, and Black Pearl — are still going strong today. Here, we take a brief rundown on the most influential bars of the last 200 issues.

Take a look inside new Geelong bar The 18th Amendment

The list at new Geelong bar The 18th Amendment features a Hall of Fame section, in which they highlight some modern classic recipes from influential bartenders of the last two decades — Audrey Saunders' Old Cuban and Dale DeGroff's Anejo Highball are just two examples from the opening list.

Take a look at the revamp of Melbourne bar The Everleigh

Melbourne bar The Everleigh undergone a major revamp of the interior of the bar, which, whilst maintaining the elegant feel to the place, has now made the bar more appealing to those who want to sit right in the middle of the action.

Take a look inside Brisbane bar Deathproof

The first thing you’ll notice when you encounter Deathproof is the art on the walls. The bar functions as part bar, part art space, and is the first bar for owners Anthony Calligeros and Artis Steen Jones.

Here’s 6 ace Las Vegas bars and more; How to do Vegas the Sailor Jerry way

We’re driving single file, the five of us, up and down the sand hills in the desert 15 minutes outside of Las Vegas, the only thing separating us from injury is the battered and beaten roll cage of the dune buggies were throttling, trying to keep pace with our guide. Above us, a clear blue sky lets the sun in, burning up the ground below us; in the distance, the hotels and towers of the Las Vegas Strip stretch into the sky. We hit one steep dune, and Joey — it’s always Joey — launches his buggy into the air, diving out of sight behind the sand...