This month, through our continuing Spirited series, we highlight the LGBT individuals who are part of our diverse spirits industry. How did you get into the bar industry in the first place? I got started in the business over 8 years ago when I was an Assistant Manager for Starbucks, I wanted something to do on my day off that got my mind off work and school.
I spent my 20's making no apologies for my overt sexuality. After all, if straight guys could construct their entire social lives around the hunt for tail, then why couldn't I? Especially since I was so good at it
Owners and managers in the restaurant world — an industry not known for benefits or protections — are trying to create a better work environment for all. This is Pride season, the time to recognize the impact the LGBTQ community makes on all aspects of society, including the food service industry. Both restaurant employees and customers will be celebrating pre-Pride parade brunches, a quick bite before a festival or dinner, and a cold drink after a concert.
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Bartenders' livelihoods depend on being nice to customers tips! The lines between "What a nice bartender! But all hope is not lost, friends.
They then proceed to act like a kid in a candy store. That is a candy store that serves dick. The truth of the matter is that San Francisco is smaller than Kristen Chenoweth.
The only thing we love more than a wild night out with friends is drinking something strong and stiff poured by someone equally, well, enticing. Can you think of any hottie hot spots we forgot? Let us know in the comments.
Judy Stevens, a bartender who worked for as many as seven D. She was Hicks said Stevens left the Georgetown Grill in Februaryshortly after its owner sold it and the new owner changed it to a restaurant and straight bar called Au Pied de Cochon. According to Hicks and Richard Mulnar, another of her customers and longtime friends, Stevens then began work as a bartender at another gay bar located just north of Georgetown called the Court Jester.
I remember it clearly, I was 19 years old in and living in Philadelphia. In those days we all believed the place to be was NYC. After all, NYC is only a 2 hour train ride from Philly.