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  1. May 22, 2015 · If a bartender runs out of something or wants to get rid of it, she may tell other barstaff to 86 it. Likewise, a bartender can 86 a customer who’s had a bit too much by kicking them out.

  2. ‍Boomerang: A drink sent, usually via a trustworthy customer, from a bartender at one bar to a bartender at another; worth reading more about ‍ Broken : Obviously used to describe a physically broken bottle, but also used in reference to a bottle that was killed or emptied

  3. Bartenders Discuss When They've Assisted Customers Out Of Bad Scenarios. If you've never had a fall-back guy, it's safe to say the vast majority of the time you can depend on your bartender. Let's face it. They've damn near seen it all. From random encounters with strangers, people trying to drug others, one night stands, fist fights...

  4. Dec 04, 2007 · 46. You fish fruit flies out of the draught beer with the tip of a straw. 47. You treat your bar-back like dirt, but expect exemplary service. 48. The solution to every problem is: just add bitters. 49. You develop a “god complex” just because you are a bartender. 50.

  5. Sep 01, 2014 · DON’T START DRINKING AT 4pm You’re NOT a drinker. We haven’t seen you all year. You’re an amateur, so don’t start out with a marathon. YOU ARE IN A ROUND I don’t care who you’re with, how many of you there are or how well you know them. You are in a round with all the people you came in with. That’s how it works.

  6. Nov 19, 2013 · Bartenders Pour Out Their Sneaky Tricks and Tips. 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 ...

  7. Jun 13, 2018 · What you want to do is call ahead and find out if they have a code or system of letting bartenders know you need help discreetly. If they don't, encourage them to create one. 02

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