“at the bar” or “in the bar”, which one is appropriate?
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The expression “at the bar” is more common in American English while the expression “in the bar” is more common in British English.
The logic behind this is that, in British English, a bar is a counter behind which people serve drinks. In American English, in a bar or tavern is a building in which people come to drink.