Live webcams are fascinating.
It's a wonderful way to travel our world and watch nature, cities, and people in the comfort of our homes.
Here is a collection of bar webcams.
Outside of America
Established in Ft. Walton Beach, FL, in 1976 then relocated to Key West in 1988.
Looks like a fairly new bar in Key West because the interior images look new and they have a modern website that does not give any history.
This is where the famed bar magician Frank Everhart Sr. made a name for himself after pioneering the concept of the "Magic Bar" at the famous Ivanhoe Restaurant and Lounge in Chicago in the 1940s. His son, Frank Everhart Jr. is the has been the in-house magician at the Schooner Wharf Bar for 20 years.
Opened on December 5, 1933, the day Prohibition was repealed. The most famous Keywest bar has not one but four live webcams in color and with sound. One camera pans 360° around the room. By far, the best live cam set up that I've seen.
Website does not give any information.
Website does not give any information.
It's a local tradition to gather on the beach behind Schooners every night to celebrate Sunset — the crowd counts down and, just as the sun dips below the horizon, they blast an old cannon.
Spinnaker has had some pretty famous names take to their stages back in the day, but these days they're all about burgers, the beach and daily live music.
Part of the SeaHaven Beach Resort.
They have three webcams. Opened in 1991.
This building has been a saloon or a bar since 1886. Key West's first female bartender, Barbara Smith was hired in 1941. The bar became the Key West's first to serve draft beer in 1967...the beer was Schlitz. American treasure hunter, Mel Fisher was a regular and in 1985 while drinking a beer, his sons brought their haul to the bar. It turned out to be one of the most valuable finds in US History worth $450 million dollars.
Koh Samui Island, Thailand
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Pusser’s has long been Tortola’s meeting place for locals and visitors alike. You can enjoy the outside porch or inside Victorian bar, where you can drink a Pusser’s Painkiller™.
Jost Van Dyke Island, British Virgin Islands
This is where the tropical drink "Painkiller" was invented in the 1970s. On their website, they also have a live feed of the real-time music they are playing.
The cam is on Cats Meow's balcony looking out onto the street. It is located on the corner of Bourbon and St. Peter...one block from where I work.
Open since 1939.
For over 25 years, The World Famous Cats Meow has kept the title for the "Best Karaoke Bar in the World". Many celebrities have sung on stage including Miley Cyrus, James Marsden, Charles Barkley, Seal, Brooks and Dunn,"Weird Al" Yankovic, Smashing Pumpkins, Depeche Mode, N'Sync and more. The list is even longer for celebrities who didn't grace the stage.
Their website has some YouTube videos of these performances.
Six cameras and one outside showing the corner of
Bourbon & Orleans Streets where I work at the
Bourbon O Jazz Bar.
Opened in 1983.
A waterfront nightspot with several venues.
They have seven cams.
Since 1840 this quintessential Dublin pub has dispensed renowned hospitality and traditions of excellence to generations of Dubliners and visitors alike.
Attached to a hotel and is geared to over 30 crowds. Music from the 1970s and 1980s 80s plays until 3:00 am.
This full-service family-friendly restaurant during lunch and dinner hours opened in 2002. They have three bars, plenty of large-screen HD TVs. They have three cams and say they are a quiet little drinking village with a fishing problem.
Riptydz has something for everyone – part oceanfront restaurant, part beach bar – all with sweeping views of the Beach overlooking the Famous Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.
Overlooks Pokegama Lake.
You can watch the YouTube streams with these devices.