Your youthfully exuberant mind is right to ask - Bareno is a curious creature and your thoughtful hesitance is justified.
Let's cut to the chase - Bareno a pop-culture revolution of such importance that it is poised to tip hospitality on its head for generations to come.
Originally conceptualised by Rene Bennett (AKA: Big Reno) in Grange Road, Singapore - Bareno gained a reputation both as “that peculiar pink house on the fourth floor” - as well as a hub for culture, artistry and debauchery for rogues, gentlemen and, well... anyone that somehow roamed in off the street.
Trying to articulate the Bareno experience using the restrictive lexicon modern English offers is akin to accurately describing the glorious image of a lion making love to a unicorn as they both slide down a rainbow jockeyed by leprechauns. The Germans probably have a word for it. They have a word for everything.
Bareno is an enigma – a bar concept that ignores the trends of the modern bar culture, by not trying to be the best… Simply, not the worst. We are the child that gets the participation trophy and displays it proudly over the mantle.
Most importantly, we are a place that you can forget the woes of the world and postpone your responsibilities.
Bareno is where dreams are delayed.
I assume this answered nothing important - but at least it was wordy!