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And the daily selection of oysters will make even the most squeamish bargoer a fan $2-$4.
Across the room, a bargoer stood quietly, preparing, with long red locks dangling from his chin.
Another bargoer confirmed Bernanke stood about 2 inches from her face and sprayed her with saliva, claiming inflation was going to "totally screw" consumer confidence and then asking if he could bum a smoke.
Minnetonka bargoer accused of firing at cab driver
Look, health is always the fig leaf put on these things, but it’s crystal clear that the average bargoer supports smoking bans because they keep his dry cleaning bill down, not because of profound concerns about the long-term aggregate effects of exposure to secondhand smoke.
"We look at a bargoer almost as if he’s coming to a doctor’s office," says Albert, who earned raves for his concoctions at Danube and Kittichai at 60 Thompson.