You should forget about sanctity when you open your own bar.
My hours behind the stick have taught me what is patience and compassion.
Drunk people are like children, but they pay the bills.
We expect good prices for the brands that we like from our suppliers and to show their faces in the bar.
The worst thing that can happen to my bar is the guests felling unwelcome.
Mine desire to discover new things and places is the same that Columbus had.
Bar is like theater. And you are on the stage.
Fads are temporary, family is eternal.
Going into partnership when you open the bar is the same as getting married.
Belief makes me strong.
One day I will be sitting on the beach in the middle of nowhere and drinking virgin Pina colada.
Photo: Willy Johnson