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The Fail-Proof Way to Pick-Up an Irish Bartender

The Fail-Proof Way to Pick-Up an Irish Bartender


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Do you have a cute Irish bartender in your life? Of course you do. Charming bartenders are Ireland’s greatest export.

Of course, if he or she is really cute, then every other American in the bar is going to be drunkenly hitting on them, trying to impress them by ordering a Guinness or whatever.

These people are amateurs. If you’re serious about picking up an Irish bartender (note: this only works with Irish bartenders who aren’t in Ireland). Here’s what you do:

1) Watch this goofy TV Show:

It’s about priests living on an island in Ireland. (I know.)

Look, I’m not going to lie to you, it’s pretty broad. If your dad and brother like Monty Python, they would probably guffaw at this. I’ve always personally found it to be very funny, but I’ve also never watched it alone on my computer on the recommendation of some dating writer, so, that might affect your opinion of it.

It’s available on Netflix Instant, and also disjointedly on YouTube. If you can only bear to watch one episode, make it the Christmas Special ("A Christmassy Ted").

2) Go to an Irish Pub

Do not order a Guinness!! That is trying too hard. Then you will look like a crazy celtophile. Don’t say "Are you from Ireland or something?" to the bartender. They get this 10 times a day. Also, you’re going to be bringing up an Irish TV show in a bit, so don’t make any premature references to James Joyce or Once or anything.


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!


Classic Irish Coffee

When I got the opportunity to travel around Ireland I fell in love with Classic Irish Coffee. And while there may be an array of variations out there, the joy is you can make them any way you like. Like it a little sweeter, add some more Irish Cream or Whipped Cream, stronger, ease up on it and add a splash more coffee or Irish Whiskey. This is a classic and basic version that was taught to me by an Irish bartender in a little pub in Galway!