Share via SMS Can a person who is perfectly happy as a bartender be compatible with a companion who strives for the corner office? Jack Lauterback explores the conflicts that arise when nine-to-fivers start dating bartenders. I remember after I got that marriage license I went across from the license bureau to a bar for a drink. Never has that been more true than when it comes to dating a bartender. At least not in the long run.
The minute a man steps foot behind that booze-infested fence, they immediately become attractive. While this makes our lady parts tingle, we have to remember: Which brings me to this reflection. There are many, many attractive qualities and benefits that make my insides melt. They have to be attractive, witty, confident, and know their way around a fully-stocked bar.
But the games might win the prize for making first dates rock. The couple wandered into the Walker's Point restaurant, ordered food and Bloody Marys, and passed the next few hours playing cribbage and board games while they got to know each other. Kressin and bartenders all over the city have the perfect perch from which to watch when love unfolds over cocktails.
Perhaps, the late nights, easy access to booze, and the constant attention of attractive strangers? There is now an assortment of various-sized ice cube trays in your freezer. There is a right way and a wrong way to enjoy your alcohol. If you are dating a bartender, you better be doing it the right way. That means sipping a nice whiskey over a colossal ice cube.