‘Garage bars’ are taking over this New Jersey town | New York Post

Garage bars are popping up all over Maplewood, New Jersey. Residents of this thirsty NYC suburb are spending big bucks to build their own neighborhood hangs — no liquor license required as long as homeowners aren’t selling booze.

“It sort of fills the void of having a real close, walkable local pub that you would have in New York City,” John Garbarino, the man behind The Gar Bar, told The Post. His decked-out $6,000 home bar has inspired neighbors to make their own gar-bars, including the six-figure “Garage Mahal.”

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