Bartenders Explain Why They Hate Yelp (And Why They Still Use It)

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We gathered America’s top bartenders to ask them what they thought of Yelp and Yelpers. Well, they’re not fans of either. From no recourse for inaccurate comments, to people trying to get free drinks, these bartenders explain what gets them so irked about the site.

CHECK OUT THE BARTENDERS FEATURED, LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:
Tim Cooper, Sweetwater Social, New York City
Bryan Dayton, Oak at Fourteenth, Boulder
Ezra Star, Drink, Boston
Jillian Vose, Dead Rabbit, New York City
Devon Tarby, The Normandie Club, Los Angeles
Maxwell Britten, Maison Premiere, Brooklyn
Chaim Dauermann, The Up & Up, New York City
David Kaplan, Death and Company, New York City
Leslie Ross, Treadsack, Houston
Erick Castro, Polite Provisions, San Diego
Jeremy Hawn, Seamstress, New York City
Freddy Schwenk, Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Nashville
Naomi Levy, Eastern Standard, Boston
Brandon Wise, Sage Restaurant Group, Portland
Ivy Mix, Leyenda, Brooklyn
Karen Grill, Sassafrass, Los Angeles
Chad Solomon, Midnight Rambler, Dallas
Ryan Wainwright, Terrine, Los Angeles


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