Rules of a Gentleman

  1. Dress for the occasion in nicely fitted clothes. No need to be flashy, just make an effort to find something appropriate, comfortable and true to yourself. Trust us. You'll feel great and have a great time.

  2. Know your tastes and find a signature drink that you can both fix for yourself at home after a long day, and order in any bar with effortless swag. No complicated ingredients, no easy substitutes. If it's a whiskey soda, so be it. That being said, make sure to try our inhouse spins on the classics there's love in every sip.

  3. Hold doors open for people. Be a good human. It's all about the small things.

  4. Catcalls and other questionable manners will have you kicked out of our establishment. Show some class and decency, or a real gentleman will ask you to leave.

  5. The word "gay" and its synonyms are not to be used while talking about anything but homosexual human beings. People who call things “gay” as a pejorative are truly the raisins in the trail mix of life.

  6. Make good eye contact, but not so much that it gets into “I’ve been watching you from behind your dumpster” levels.

  7. Erase the word "slut" and any other abusive language from your vocabulary.

  8. Treat every woman with the same amount of respect and humanity that you would your mother, sister, daughter, or you know, other humans — you've heard this one before, we really shouldn't have to repeat it.

  9. Know your alcohol limits, and respect them. Stay classy.
  10. Learn some dance moves. If you need help, ask our manager Dan.