We have been having these conversations. The problem is that there are times I don’t want to open the bar. You can’t open a bar because you’re in a bar? I can’t open a bar because I don’t like it, but I can’t open a bar because I think I’m going to have to open the bar some more.
Ok yeah, it’s a little more complicated than that. First, I want to say that bars are open as late as you want them to be. I don’t think it’s a big deal. Second, that doesnt mean that you have to open the bar before the customers show up. It’s more a question of when is the right time to open the bar.
How long before we have to open a bar? The idea is to open it a little more to allow the customers to show up. Because if your customer shows up, you can get the bar up and open it.
Bars aren’t actually a big part of the game. Its more that it’s like a puzzle. You have to keep the customers happy at all times. You have to keep them entertained, but most importantly, you have to make sure that they leave happy.
Bars are usually open between 10pm and 1am. Because it takes that long to warm up these drinks, people who want to get a hit before the bar opens are usually on it, and those who are late will have to wait until the bar opens. If you want to get your drink on and not have to wait in line, get your drink on early before the bar opens, and then go through the lines at the bar.
People often have a hard time getting a drink on and are usually late. You can usually find a bar that opens early, but the drinks are usually sold out. If you want a nice, cold drink at the bar, go there and give them a call. The only thing that makes it worth your while is that you can always make it as early as you want, but if you have to wait until the bar opens, that’s fine.
There are times the bar is on when it should be open. I know this from experience. If you are in a restaurant or bar and you are late, the waiters will get you a drink. If you are not in a restaurant or bar, you may be able to get a drink without the waiters and that is another story. But if you are in a bar and you are late, you will end up waiting in line.
As a bar owner, this may be frustrating to you, but its a fact of life. Its not like someone is making you wait in line for them. Its that everyone who is late to the bar is a customer. I have even had waiters tell me that they see people who are late as customers. It’s just a fact.
I once had a customer who was late to my bar, and when I asked him why, he said, “Everyone is late to the bar.
But in reality, you don’t have to make a person wait in line for them. That is a myth. But if you are late, you might be able to tell which one is a customer. A lot of times, I have seen customer waiters tell people who are late in line that they are customers, and that is a nice way to make the customer feel like you are making them wait in line for you, but its not true.