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Maybe you can only talk to strangers by shouting. Maybe you want to befriend that bartenderbut they always seem busy. How do you find a place where you always feel welcome? Where should you sit? What should you order?
For expert help, we talked to a few bartenders. Here are their best recommendations for rolling solo. Do you want to unwind without much interaction, or are you open to chatting with other customers?
But if you want to meet someone, make it known. The key is focusing on what you want before you enter the bar. Speaking of which It may sound obvious, but when you go to a bar really affects your experience. Do you really want to be left alone and decompress with a drink? So go during off hours. And if you want to actually meet people at the bar—you know, socialize like they did in the olden days—pop in for happy hour.
People are generally open and friendly at a hotel bar, Agnello adds, and that includes the bartenders. Then again, it depends on the person: maybe you just really want to go to a dive bar. Unless you want to be left completely alone and not talk to anyone—which is totally fine! Ask for a recommendation.
Try something new. Bartenders can introduce two solo drinkers if they sense that both people are open to it.
For bars with seating, like Dead Rabbit, Vose says that staff might seat people who come alone next to each other—and that sparks a conversation. Their job is to make sure that everyone is having a good time. Some people do not want someone to buy them a drink.
Some people really want to become a regular at a bar. Going solo is an easy way to become a regular. And there are many perks! At Dead Rabbit, bartenders will try to save favorite seats for regulars, says Vose. First, choose your adventure. Go back. Related Stories for GQ Drinking.Who wants to go have a drink
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