Post a Comment. Reviews: "Smoking bar UGH Service was slow and the food was mediocre at best. Alas, at on a Saturday afternoon the place was closed. And of course, you can't tell from the outside whether they're open or not so you have to park and get out to try the door. Bartender, Brittany, was super friendly.
Bar Rescue: City Bistro Bartenders Flash Boobs To Make Money
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Join Riverfront Times Press Club. Because No News is Bad News. A group of fun-loving bartenders who flash their boobs, twerk and do shots with patrons will be at the center of a new episode of Bar Rescue airing Sunday — and this one, we must admit, looks like a doozy. In the episode, airing this Sunday, July 10, at 8 p. The Spike TV cameras capture the bartenders gyrating on top of the bar, flashing patrons and even doing headstands — thongs fully exposed. Riverfront Times works for you, and your support is essential.
Why the Bartending World Is Pissed at Jon Taffer of ‘Bar Rescue'
Over the course of four seasons and one-hundred-plus episodes, Bar Rescue host Jon Taffer has screamed at more than his fair share of bartenders and operators. If you're unfamiliar with the Spike TV series, think Kitchen Nightmares for bars, but replace Gordon Ramsay's somewhat redeeming vestiges of Brit charm and actual talent with overstuffed Long Island boorishness. In fact, you might say yelling is the primary appeal of the show. But the perpetually red-jowled Taffer may have finally barked out one set of questionable marching orders too many.
Like the third season, season four was also split into multiple parts. Season 4 is also the longest season of Bar Rescue to date, having been on the air for nearly two years. Rowdy customers at a New York sports bar attack Taffer's crew when they discover they are being served cheap booze at premium prices, prompting Jon to teach the importance of serving quality drinks and maintaining crowd control, but first must contend with an owner whose constant drinking and refusal to take any responsibility for his actions drives his staff to the breaking point.