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  1. Nov 19, 2013 · Act 3 Jon Taffer from "Bar Rescue" reveals the ways a bartender can rip you off at the bar. ABC News Nov. 21, 2013— -- intro: People head to their local watering holes to let loose, blow off steam, knock a few back, get their drink on, but you might want to think twice before paying $10 for that second vodka-cranberry.

  2. Apr 24, 2021 · Short pouring, padding your bar tab, and completely leaving out the liquor in a blended house specialty drink are just some of the ways to rip you off. Dishonest bartenders combine many of the below methods to rip you off. Some you may be aware of – but others are rather ingenious.

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  4. Aug 15, 2017 · Or, the bartender is finding ways to pocket cash. Whatever the reason, here are the most common ways your bartender can rip you off. 1. The rim dip This is a sneaky way to serve you less alcohol...

  5. Here are some ways that your bartender could be tricking you out of your money. Overdoing It On The Ice Keriss101 Ask for a water at the bar, they’ll give you a full cup of water with two ice cubes max. Ask for a vodka cranberry and they’ll give you a cup of ice with some cranberry juice on the side and a splash of vodka.

  6. 4 Ways a Bartender Can Rip You Off, and What You Should Order People head to their local watering holes to let loose, blow off steam, knock a few back, get their drink on, but you might want to think twice before paying $10 for that second vodka-cranberry.

  7. Apr 18, 2021 · That being said, let’s look at some of the methods bartenders use to rip off the bar owner. The Short Pour Short pouring is a very common way for a bartender to make a few extra bucks. Pour 5 drinks with a half-ounce less alcohol in each and you have 2 1/2 ounces left to play with.