How to refer to the piece of furniture that bars use to store their drinks? The one that is behind the bartender.
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I believe that's called the back bar, a generic term referring to the hutch, cabinets, shelves, etc., behind where the bartender stands.
Here's a screen shot from a store that sells bar furniture:
I thought that was called a bar. When you see an "antique bar" sold, it is often the piece that houses the liquor, not the counter where the patrons sit.