Either you need to be really thin or you need to wait for your turn until the customer already inside steps out from the world’s tiniest pub in the UK measuring 8 ft by 8ft.
The pub, which was a former railway signal box, has four stools and can accommodate just two skinny customers at the same time.
But its miniature size doesn’t prove to be a hindrance for its roaring business, as the super small 100-year-old mini drinking den has five hand pumps serving ale, and a fairly large beer garden.
"We're so small some drinks companies won't fit equipment for us because they think we won't do enough trade. But business is booming", the Mirror quoted landlord Andrew MoCall, as saying.
MoCall has submitted his 64 square foot local for a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
Sam’s Bar in Colorado Springs currently holds the title in the US at 109 square feet.