When Draft Line Brewing Company opened in 2014, we planned and prepared for everything we could think of: Mechanical and electrical systems, beer recipes, business plans and processes, budgets, building upfit, staffing, entertainment, and so on.
What we hadn’t prepared for was the incredible collection of friends and family who have enriched our lives in ways we couldn’t possibly have imagined.
“If the bartender thinks you’re a cool enough person, he’ll happily act as the wingman,” says Vitaliy R., a bartender in Austin, Texas, who originally hails from New York City.5. Something as simple as a casual brush on the back while you're talking, as you're picking up your drink, or positioning your stool toward hers is enough to clue her in that you're interested. ’ you should have a good story to back it up," says Yorsz.
“That way if she wants to leave with you, you won't get held up waiting for the bartender to close your tab,” says Yorsz.4. Usually when girls see that a guy has a good rapport with the bartender, they’re more likely to relax.
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Among the many things that unite us as members of the human race, surely a common contempt for our co-workers ranks pretty high.
Whether it's Sheila constantly breathing down your neck in the Sears gift wrap department where you work, or it's your unfunny office manager Matthew (never Matt) berating you in Comic Sans via email about whatever the f*ck, the fact is that there's always at least one awful co-worker that ruins our day on a consistent basis.Picking up people at a bar is a time-honored tradition. We talked to four of our favorite tenders of bar — from Rochelle’s in New York to Greco’s in Frisco, Colorado — about how to better approach the late-night post-drink pickup. Stop trying so hard.“When guys focus on having a great time with the people they came with to the bar or restaurant, girls tend to gravitate toward that great time. "I think the hardest thing is not to come across as too keen, so body language is important too,” says Billy Pirie, who tends bar at U. And don't give your number out on a napkin to every girl who walks in, just ask them for theirs! Pay attention to what she orders.“No matter what she's drinking, always buy her a shot of whiskey. If you pick something that's a tad odd for the place and she overhears you order, that might even be enough of a segue to get chatting.9. Always be friendly to the group, but engage with her the most to make sure she knows she is the target, not her friends.