Give your customers the feeling that they can feel "at home" in your bar – and they'll stay with you for a long time.
Cocktails are like top models: good jewelry doesn't mean good taste!
If you want to increase sales, keep the quality of service high and the prices low.
There should always be a "direct line" between the bartenders and the customers.
Only one thing in the whole wide world could destroy the bar business: the juniper fungus threatening the world's gin supply!
With your own bar, you can never be certain of your own vacations.
Even in the most difficult times, there's always a chance to do your work even better and make a difference.
What drink would I offer the first mermaid captured in history? Perhaps gin, for the lady in her, and tonic, for the fish.
A drop of bitters can relieve a girl's stress – I'm certain she'll forget about everything!
My longest shift behind the bar lasted 14 hours. It was pretty fun, but I'll never do it again.
Photo: Joseph Galanakis