Bartenders among rising number who go dry, Food & Drink

New York WHEN Jade Golden, a bartender at 169 Bar in Manhattan’s Chinatown, was in Alcoholics Anonymous, her sponsor strongly recommended that she stay out of the bar business. “The mentality was that if you stay in the barbershop long enough, you’ll end up getting a haircut,” Golden said. “I don’t believe that. I believe … Read more…