Myrtle Beach barkeep ready for the costumed crazies at Broadway

October 22, 2013 

Andrea Clements at Malibu's Surf Bar at Broadway at the Beach. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

SIGNATURE DRINK | Pink Lemonade (Sweet Revenge liqueur, Sprite, cranberry juice)

BARTENDER | Andrea Clements, 25

WHERE | Malibu's Surf Bar

QUESTION | Do you typically make or buy your Halloween costumes?

ANSWER | I buy them and then alter them.

Have you ever entered a costume contest?

When I was younger, back in school.

What are you going to be this year?

I have not decided yet. Possibly the Treasure Cat from “Alice in Wonderland.”

What are you anticipating to see a lot of this Saturday night during the Halloween costume party here at Broadway at the Beach?

I am anticipating some crazy creative costumes. Some insane costumes. My favorite part is the dress-up.

What is the most ridiculous Halloween costume you've ever seen someone wear?

A beer keg. That's just not very creative.

How about the most revealing costume?

Tinkerbell.

And the most creative?

Poison Ivy. She had everything to the T - the makeup, hair, leaves, viands going up her legs, everything.

Would you ever agree to a first date with someone who asks you while in full costume (including mask) before you've seen their face?

No. Definitely not.

Would you rather wake up next to Freddy Krueger (“Nightmare on Elm Street”) or Michael Myers (“Halloween”) or Jason Voorhees (“Friday the 13th”)?

I would have to say Michael Myers. He doesn't speak.

What costume do you thinks looks sexy on anyone?

A zombie. Anybody can pull that off.

If you had to wear a costume every day, what would it be?

I would have to go with a disco chick or something.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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