Bartenders

Published on March 6th, 2019 | by TLV News

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Know Your Bartender: Bianca Bush of Moe’s Penny Bar

Home town: Silver Spring, Maryland
Bars where you’ve worked: Rowdy Rebs, Library, Moe’s Penny Bar
In your experience, what is the most common reason to have a drink? Just living in this town gives you a reason.
What’s your favorite ingredient or flavor combination? Shannon’s!! (red Bull & Vodka)
What is your most essential bar tool? My smile.
Where’s your favorite spot to sip? Here at Moe’s.
What are your personal specialties? I give great hugs.
Craziest request by a customer? I think my boyfriend actually asked for a water once.
What do you recommend to someone who doesn’t know what to order? Our Blackberry Bourbon Smash is delish.
Most famous customer you’ve served: Chris from Rooster’s (a.k.a. “Tuma”)
If you could have a drink with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and what would you drink? I’m a momma’s girls so I could always go for a glass of wine with my favorite lady.
If you’re in charge of the tunes in your bar, what music do you play? Oldies but goodies.
What’s the best live band you’ve seen in Mississippi? Not a band, but Keith Sanders’ voice is hard to beat.
Favorite movie of all time: Devil Wears Prada never gets old.
Read any good books lately? The Kite Runner.
Best joke to tell to a grumpy customer: What did the pony with the bad cough say? “I’m a little horse” lol.
What’s the funniest thing you’ve seen in your bar lately? Colin always finds a reason to laugh at me while we are working together.
Favorite after-shift drink? Shot of Jameson.
Where would you be if you weren’t behind a bar? Once it gets warm I’ll be at the pool or at baseball games.

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