“You gotta do it. It’s like Fight Club. This is Sing Club. If this is your very first night at a karaoke bar, you have to sing.”
"Sure, El Cardenal is not the same as it was 100 years ago, but that’s because we’re not the same as we were 100 years ago."
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"My nickname is Dr. Kevorkian Slow Death. I feed [people] alcohol, I feed them cigarettes, I feed them Viagra."
William Oliveri thought he'd only work at 228 Bar for a few months, but since 1978, he's stuck around to serve Dali, Sophia Loren, and royalty.
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.
Welcome back to Last Call, where we visit watering holes to collect life advice from their trusty barkeepers. In a special MUNCHIES Guide to British Food edition, we meet 70-year-old Sandra Esquilant at London's Golden Heart pub.
To enter Pharmacy is to enter owner Chris Harper's brain and see his vision of what a bar should be.
The Seven Oaks opens from midnight until 8 AM, catering exclusively to bar staff clocking off from their shifts. And with so many bartenders in one place, things can soon get rowdy.
"Drinking a beer at a cocktail bar is like going to a brothel to jerk off in the toilet."
We spoke to Brian Clivaz and Laurence Isaacson of L’Escargot in Soho about catering for Madonna, serving royalty, and why it’s always the quiet ones who get chucked out at 2 AM.
As a third-generation bartender with 15 years' experience serving Dubliners, Will Scully knows a thing or two about toasting St. Paddy.