Bartenders Tell Us What They Hate About Other Bartenders

By Indulgence

Remember when we got bartenders to tell us all what they thought about us customers? Well, now we’ve got them to reveal the things their fellow bartenders do that really annoy them. From bad tattoos, to media whoring, to calling themselves ‘mixologists,’ here are the most annoying trends in bartending, according to America’s best bartenders.

CHECK OUT THE BARTENDERS FEATURED, LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Karen Grill, Sassafrass, Los Angeles
David Kaplan, Death and Company, New York City
Brandon Wise, Sage Restaurant Group, Portland
Tim Cooper, Sweetwater Social, New York City
Bryan Dayton, Oak at Fourteenth, Boulder
Eric Alperin, The Varnish, Los Angeles
Chad Solomon, Midnight Rambler, Dallas
Jillian Vose, Dead Rabbit, New York City
Ivy Mix, Leyenda, Brooklyn
Chaim Dauermann, The Up & Up, New York City
Jennifer Colliau, Interval at Long Now, San Francisco
Erick Castro, Polite Provisions, San Diego
Joaquín Simó, Pouring Ribbons, New York City
Ryan Wainwright, Terrine, Los Angeles
Jeremy Hawn, Seamstress, New York City
Devon Tarby, The Normandie Club, Los Angeles


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