Government Hill’s new cycling-themed Breakaway Brewing Co. has opened its doors. Instagram account Deco Memes builds following with its spot-on critiques of San Antonio sprawl Under Texas law, if a bartender knowingly provides alcohol to an intoxicated customer, that server could face criminal charges and potentially open up an administrative case against their employer. "It’s time for you to go."
For some in the service industry, tending bar is a dream job. Until it’s time to utter that phrase to an inebriated guest.
Tending bar is perceived to be easier physically than waiting tables, and it can promise more face time with patrons and bigger tips. But, like any other job, bartending has its downsides — one of the biggest being cutting people off. San Antonio director’s short about the broken U.S. immigration system debuts at Sundance "I don’t want to bum anybody out. I want them to have a good time at our bars, but I also don’t want to get in trouble," said Melanie Barrows, director of operations for San Antonio food truck parks Bésame and El Camino, both of which operate full bars. "We always have to be thinking about the possibility that this could be the drink that takes them over the edge. Because if something fucked up happens while I’m on duty, I could go to jail."
That pressure feels especially high for Alamo City bartenders after the high-profile arrest of Councilman Clayton Perry and his subsequent driving-while-intoxicated charge . Earlier this month, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage […]
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