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BARTENDER | Barbara Wise, 54

WHERE | Greg's Cabana Bar and Grill

If you are stuck outside in a rainstorm, where's the best place to find shelter?

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    SIGNATURE DRINK | Black Sambuca


Greg's Cabana Bar.

When is the last time you played in the rain?

When I played golf a month ago.

If you were singing in the rain, would you have an audience or would people throw tomatoes at you?

I'd have an audience, of course. I like to sing. I may not be good at it, but I like to sing.

What song do you belt out in the shower at home?

“Celebrate.”

What is your favorite thing about winter?

Wearing boots.

Who do you walk all over with those boots?

Frank, my boyfriend.

Did you ever think we would get snow this year?

No.

When is the last time you built a snowman?

Twelve years ago in Pennsylvania.

What did you use for the eyes, nose and mouth?

Rocks for eyes, a carrot for the nose and a twig for the mouth.

What do you do when you're not working?

Play golf, go to the beach, walk and read.

Read any good books lately?

Yes. I got a Kindle Fire for Christmas so I have been reading a lot. I just read “Mrs. Kennedy and Me” (by Clint Hill).

If you were to write a book on how to be a good bartender, what would be your top three tips?

Treat people like you want to be treated, be honest and smile.

How about how to be a good customer?

Be kind, considerate and smile.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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