What do bartenders hate the most?

What do bartenders hate the most?

So, without further ado, here are 19 things that you should stop doing at bars, unless you want to be secretly judged by your bartender:

  1. Asking for your drink to be made “strong.”
  2. Being scared to order “girly” drinks.
  3. Ordering mojitos.
  4. Calling female bartenders names like “sweetie” and “hon.”

What should you never ask a bartender?

14 Things You Should Never Say to a Bartender

  • “How about a drink on the house?”
  • “Hey!
  • “Can you make my drink extra strong?”
  • “Can you make this drink again?
  • “So, what’s your real job?”
  • “One Mojito, please.”
  • “Can you make me something I’ll love without any guidance whatsoever?”
  • “I know the owner.”

Why you should never date a bartender?

You may lose your favorite bar. Another potential consequence of dating a bartender is that when you break up, you may feel uncomfortable going back to the bar where they work. Depending on how long you dated, you can usually resume bar visits once there has been an adequate grace period.

Why do bartenders hate lemon drops?

The Lemon Drop. People love Lemon Drops because they’re fruity, sweet and often come in a glass rimmed with sugar. However, this drink is time-consuming to make and leaves the bartender with sticky hands. Paschal Smith, bartender at the Bitter End in San Francisco, says he hates making them “because of the damn sugar.”

Is it OK to talk to the bartender?

Asking your bartender for a recommendation is totally fine—even encouraged. But you need to be respectful as to how you go about it.

Can a bartender cut you off?

Ultimately, cutting someone off is at the bartender’s discretion. In general, though, protocol says that if you spot someone who’s over their limit, you should stop serving that person alcohol, hand over a glass of water, close the tab and call a cab.

Do bartenders get laid a lot?

The simple answer to this question is no. The more complicated answer is it depends. There is a popular myth within the drinking community which states that bartenders are well-known to sleep around, especially with complete strangers they’ve met at the bar.

Do bartenders get hit on a lot?

Most of the other male bartenders I worked with had the same experience. Pretty much got hit on every night while I was bartending. Lots of phone numbers and most nights an offer to take someone home. Most of the other male bartenders I worked with had the same experience.

Are bartenders good in bed?