Bartenders Explain How to Buy a Drink for a Woman

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So you’re sitting at the bar and you see a woman across the room who catches your eye. You get the great idea to buy her a drink and have the bartender deliver it on your behalf. Bad idea. America’s best bartenders explain why you shouldn’t take that approach and offer some additional guidelines on how to buy a drink for a woman.

CHECK OUT THE BARTENDERS FEATURED, LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Steve Schneider, Employees Only, New York City
Jeremy Hawn, Seamstress, New York City
Chaim Dauermann, The Up & Up, New York City
Joaquín Simó, Pouring Ribbons, New York City
Erick Castro, Polite Provisions, San Diego
Tim Cooper, Sweetwater Social, New York City
Naomi Levy, Eastern Standard, Boston
Freddy Schwenk, Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Nashville
Ivy Mix, Leyenda, Brooklyn
Jillian Vose, Dead Rabbit, New York City
Devon Tarby, The Normandie Club, Los Angeles
Jennifer Colliau, Interval at Long Now, San Francisco
Bryan Dayton, Oak at Fourteenth, Boulder


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