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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. If you're a bar-goer, you'll be able to whip out your bar lingo and order drinks like a pro. If you're a bartender, knowing bartender terms is part of the job. We're adding new bar lingo to this list of bartender terms all the time! It's a project that will likely last for all time, because new bartender terms are being created every day.

  3. Bartender Lingo: Bar Terminology Every Bartender Knows. Whether you call them bar terms, bartender terminology or bartender lingo, it all equates to the same thing – bartender language: the words you need to know to become a good bartender. Learning proper bar terms is not difficult – they’re aren’t that many and much is self-explanatory.

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  4. Sep 01, 2014 · PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT If an old bloke sat at the bar gets served before you do, and the bartender knows him by name and even seems to know what he’s drinking before he orders it – that’s Bob. Bob drinks here all the time. Bob drinks here five times a week, every week. Bob’s custom pays the bills.

  5. Jul 12, 2016 · The moment the bar gets busy and the bartenders fall behind in cocktail orders is known in the industry as “being in the weeds.” House Pour The mandatory minimum amount of ounces that the house (i.e. bar) has decided will be in a one liquor drink.

  6. Dec 23, 2018 · Bar-back: An assistant to the bartender. A bar-back usually runs glasses through the dishwasher, stocks the coolers and liquor bottles, and pours beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks for the waitstaff. A bar-back can also double as a busser (below). Bussing: Term used for clearing off and resetting tables after guests have left. In busier ...

  7. Feb 20, 2013 · Even I passed ECON101. If you come to New York and expect a beer to be the same price as it is at your local dive bar down the street in the town that isn’t locatable on a map, I suggest you get out more. And honestly, do I look like I make the call on the prices at this place, dude? I am the bartender, not the owner.

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