In the June issue, editor Michael Sanson discussed spending time at an oval bar where all four bartenders would often isolate themselves on one side of the bar where they were hidden by a center island that held beer taps and pyramid displays of liquor. He suggested that the bartenders didn’t care much about serving customers correctly, though he blamed management for not requiring two bartenders to be posted on one side of the island and two on the other side. By not doing so, many ...

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