Went to the Esquire Club for the Fri. night fish fry. At the bar we ordered several drinks and when paying with a hundred dollar bill, I was surprised to see change for a twenty. In other words the bartender shorted me $80.00. I'm old enough to have had this happen before and there is always a way to tell if it was intentional. First, if the bartender makes himself unavailable by leaving the bar or going to the opposite end for an extended period of time, this is a clue. Then when you manage to get to the offending bartender, if he doesn't have to check the till and almost without hesitation agrees that he owes you $80, you know that he knows. This was just how it happened. The two male bartenders were chuckling and acting very smart and I am sure that they were both in on the scam and probably both doing it. The owner was not present so there was little chance taken in ripping off the patrons.
We did have dinner. The fish batter was hard. Not really very good. I probably will not return anytime soon. I just hate to be ripped off by some smart bartender.
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