I went there the other day and it was really interesting. Camera crews running around, people “shushing” us whenever a loud laugh was heard and a frantic stressed out group of employees.
It was a typical day at the Handlebar. Not many people were there at the bar, perhaps 7, but then again it was only 3:30 in the afternoon and not everyone is retired or self-employeed. As my mundane but good tuna on toast arrived, the bartender yelled out “last call….they told us to close up A.S.A.P.
The heavy hitters next to me packed up and left to go to a local fraternal organization to drink .50 cent beers, cameramen cleaned their lenses and after I ate my sandwich in record time we were told that we could stay but nobody new could come in.
This is Generic viagra whithout prescription were it got interesting!
Then suddenly the man himself appears and hurried off into the back room to interview the owners.
Trying to hear what he was saying was almost impossible but I did hear the words..pathetic, boring, are you kidding and unacceptable.
My attention was taken away when the waitress came to the bar crying about how stressful it was and how the “crew” are such assholes and really pushing them to kind of exaggerate their issues.
Also, the owner was really worn out. He was ranting on how he would never recommend this experiment to anyone.
I understand it is stressfull. Being told when to open, close, do this and that..but please, it will all be worth it. It’s less than a week of this.
The Handlebar will end up with loads of new equipment, a better attitude, better food, more clients and homeade recipes as opposed to buckets of rice pudding and generic salad dressings that have a shelf life of 21 years.
I’ve got a reservation with a few good friends for tonight and I am anticipating a good time. A circus perhaps but a good time.
It sure is going to be interesting to see what happens when this is all Buy Viagra Professional Online Without Prescription over but all in all, they will be a better restaurant for it.