Capt. Hirams Resort Upgrades Exterior Bar With Refinished Tables, New Lights, and USB Ports

Capt. Hirams gives a facelift to one of its popular exterior bars.
Capt. Hirams gives a facelift to one of its popular exterior bars.

The Captain Hirams Resort has upgraded a bar with refinished tables, lighting, ceiling fans, and USB ports. They call it a “facelift,” but it looks completely new. 

The ceiling and walls were cleaned, with new signs everywhere, and all the ceiling fans now operate. They also added new overhead lighting giving the area a warm setting.

The bar tops are refinished, and they look like glass. There is also puck lighting installed into the bar that looks great during the day or night. 

New lighting in the bar tops
New lighting in the bar tops
Bar top finish
New lighting
New surfboard table
New surfboard table
USB ports right in the bar for charging mobile phones, laptops, and other devices!

The surfboard tables are new with a finish. It all looks impressive, and they did an excellent job during the facelift. However, it took a couple of weeks to complete the upgrades.

Now you can charge your mobile phone, laptop, or other devices right at the bar, and there are hooks available for purses and such. It’s a nice touch with the added modern USB ports.

The bar area still has a great food menu and is a family-friendly environment. In addition, live bands play on specific days during the week near the bar area. 

The bar is still a favorite hangout for many locals and it has a fantastic view of the water.

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