Last Call: Dan Tana's Veteran Bartender Can Drink 20 Shots a Night and Has Kept 50 Years of Hollywood Secrets
"My nickname is Dr. Kevorkian Slow Death. I feed [people] alcohol, I feed them cigarettes, I feed them Viagra."
He's a former member of the Olathe Police Department.
“I want volume, I want low ABV, I want it to be frosty cold, and I don’t wanna be challenged by what’s in my glass.”
“I barged the toilet door to find this girl, one leg on the disabled bar, being humped over the toilet by the busser.”
For our new bartender advice column, we spoke to Bay Area legend Gina Parle ("Jeannie") of the Warehouse Cafe, who taught us why mojitos are pathetic and how to go down on yourself.
Owning a dive bar is not for everybody. Some people in New Orleans would probably love to get rid of Snake and Jakes Christmas Club Lounge, but I keep it going because there’s nothing else like it.
To enter Pharmacy is to enter owner Chris Harper's brain and see his vision of what a bar should be.
“It’s such a gift to make people happy and to be honest, make them drunk.”
"We wanted to shine a light on ingredients that are really great but have had a rough history."