What a surprise!

The Herald reports:

Auckland’s night-time revellers have spoken – there’s no room for a dry bar in the city.

Tap Bar, the country’s first -free bar, has shut its doors after only five weeks of business on Karangahape Rd.

This is not surprising.

It’s not far removed from launching a cafe with no food.

Tap Bar, which stands for The After Party, charged a $15 entry fee and non-alcoholic drink prices started at $5.

A $15 entry fee and inflated prices for soft drinks?

Elliott said the bar had a few customers but they drank water and little money was passed over the counter.

If you want to stop drinking alcohol, water is a very good choice.

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