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Readers' Choice 2016: St. Louis' bartenders of the year
By Heather Hughes | Photo by Jonathan Gayman
Posted On: 07/01/2016   

What's the worst confession you've heard while tending bar?

Tim Wiggins

Retreat Gastropub
I was talking to a boss of a company
at the bar. Im trying to remember the exact quote. It was basically, Im excited for our new hires because Ive already slept with everyone in the office.

Ted Kilgore

Planters House
All of the worst things people have
confessed are unfit for print. I have worked at mostly classy places and have served Nebraska farmers, exotic dancers and movie stars. The one connection is people sometimes get really weird after a few drinks. Its like improv sometimes.

Ben Bauer

The Libertine
Its mainly the things you see more
than confessions. Most recently I had a couple sitting at the bar, and they seemed really happy when they came, but at some point during the meal they got super quiet. Then she just left, and he started slamming cocktails and talking to everyone about how she had just broken up with him.

Honorable mention
Seth Wahlman

A robotics engineer once told me he
felt bad about wiping out factory jobs and that his wife was a replacement for his first love. Other than that, its mostly affairs.
Compiled by Heather Hughes

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