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Hot Pour for March 7, 2013

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BARTENDER | Jeff Leichter, 29

WHERE | Carrabba's Italian Grill, Murrells Inlet

What's your favorite Carrabba's dish?

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    SIGNATURE DRINK | Carrabarita (tequila, Amaretto, triple sec, fresh lime juice, homemade sour mix)


Potato-crusted haddock.

What's the best way to work off the calories of a big plate of pasta?

A nice afternoon or evening jog. A long jog. There are a lot of calories in pasta.

What's the most un-masculine item of clothing in your closet right now?

Infinity scarf.

When's the last time you wore it?

Never. It's not mine.

Which do you think you could do faster - field strip a military rifle or change the diaper of a squirming two-year-old?

Field strip a rifle.

Have you ever changed a diaper?

Yes, and it wasn't on a screaming baby and it took a while to do.

Name an occupation where it's appropriate for a guy to have a ponytail.

Bartending it's alright. UFC fighting, and I guess bullfighting.

Would you ever fight a bull?

Yes.

You seem confident about that answer... is that something you've been planning on doing?

No, but it's something I wouldn't mind doing.

Do you think you could bull fight after a bowl full of pasta?

I think I could. It would give me energy.

What's the first signal your body gives you to tell you you've had enough to drink?

Probably when I first stand up and my balance is off and I do a double-step. My equilibrium is off.

Do you think you could fight a bull while you're double-stepping?

No. I could fight a Red Bull - pound one of those down.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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