I only remember giving my barber booze and not the other way around.
Here, all the licensing is around selling alcohol. You can give it away for free to customers without any more regulation than in your own home. Sit makes the whole experience more fun, everyone likes their haircut when they get a little buzz and they make up for the expense with generous tips.I've heard of it at high end clothing stores. I think they need a permit here to regularly serve alcohol. You can apply for a one-time permit though. And if you're going through the cost and bureaucracy of getting a permit you might as well serve other things. I've seen barber pop ups inside restaurants/bars though - sometimes because it's dead or sometimes because it's in the basement.
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Happy National IPA Day!
I’m on a health kick, so I’m only drinking whiskey and sugar-free sour mix right now 🤪
"Aperol Spritz is flowing from the counters of the most enchanting venues in New York City, from the terrace of the Independent Art Fair in Tribeca to the flamingo-themed new bakery on my Brooklyn block. In Singapore, you can take an Aperol Spritz bar crawl, and in Paris, it's now a fixture at most cafes next to the local pastis and kir."
...marketing. Not really a fan of aperol. I'd much rather campari with a splash of soda or just neat with ice and a twist of lemon.
What’s the Dukes route? Don’t think we’ve ever discussed that one.
Interesting. How many sprays of vermouth do you use?Put your glass and gin in the freezer, the gin at least the day before, vermouth in the fridge in spray bottle.
When you want a martini, pull out the frozen glass, spray some vermouth in, pour in some gin and toss lemon peel in, done. Best martini I've ever had and ridiculously simple