Potent Quotables: The Conduct And Appearance Of The Bartender
The Conduct And Appearance Of The Bartender
“I cannot avoid, very well, offering a few more remarks regarding the conduct and appearance of the bartender, although I have touched upon the subject quite frequently in this book. I wish to impress on the mind of each man behind the bar, that he should look and act as neatly as possible. Bartenders should not, as some have done, have a toothpick in their mouth, clean their fingernails while on duty, smoke, spit on the floor, or have other disgusting habits.” New and Improved Illustrated Bartender’s Manual by Harry Johnson, 1900.