“I’m still thinking about what other things I could do to make it profitable in a crisis. Quarantine is less of the evil because now we need to be more afraid of the economic crisis. Our bar is no longer about business, but about a dream. We wanted to create a cool place where people like us hang out, relieve themselves of daily worries and anxieties, get into a different atmosphere.” The owners of the PR Bar do not despair and arrange online parties with a DJ. Enthusiasm and a desire to somehow encourage friends and guests of the bar gathers thousands of views on Facebook. Even in a crisis, they find advantages. For example, you can make renovations while there are no guests, update the menu and bar. I’m ready to keep going. PR Bar has always been a story about living to the fullest, about “jumping in first and then figuring it out,” but never about “I’ll try, and if it doesn’t work, I’ll give up.” I am sure that we will see each other very soon and will continue to develop our dream together with our great guests.