Bar (disambiguation)

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A bar is a retail establishment that serves alcoholic beverages; also the counter at which drinks are served.

Bar or BAR may also refer to:

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics[edit]



  • Bar (law), the division of a courtroom between working and public areas; the process of qualifying to practice law; or the legal profession
  • Bar association, a professional body of lawyers
  • Bar examination, a test for lawyers

Media and entertainment[edit]








Given name[edit]

  • Bar Botzer (born 1994), Israeli tennis player
  • Bar Paly (born 1985), Israeli-American model and actress
  • Bar Refaeli (born 1985), Israeli model
  • Bar Timor (born 1992), Israeli basketball player


  • Alon Bar (born 1966), Israeli/American filmmaker
  • Amos Bar (1931–2011), Israeli author, teacher, and editor
  • Ellen Bar, New York City Ballet soloist
  • Haim Bar (born 1954), Israeli footballer
  • Israel Bar (1912–1966), convicted of espionage by Israel in 1961
  • Jacques Bar (1912–2009), French film producer
  • Moshe Bar (investor) (born 1971), Israeli technologist, author, investor and entrepreneur
  • Moshe Bar (neuroscientist), neuroscientist, associate professor in psychiatry and radiology, and director of the Cognitive Neuroscience laboratory at Harvard Medical School
  • Noma Bar (born 1973), graphic designer
  • Sergiu Bar (born 1980), Romanian footballer
  • Shirley Temple Bar, drag queen from Dublin, Ireland
  • Shlomo Bar (born 1943), Israeli musician, composer, and social activist
  • Walter Bar (born 1938), Swiss fencer
  • Zvi Bar (born 1935), Israeli politician

Other uses[edit]

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