Exclusive: Bartenders Reveal How to Drink When You’re Broke as a Joke
After the jump what a few bartenders in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Chicago, and Miami had to say about keeping your buzz on without breaking your bank. I believe the standard is that about every 4th drink is [a buy back]. However some bars give regulars and neighbors more frequent buybacks. Sometimes the person sitting next to you may also have an affiliation with the bar that you are not aware of or they work there. Frog Greishaw: As far as buybacks go at [Angels and Kings], freebies are usually up to the liquor companies.
Nothing soothes the pain of a low or nonexistent bank balance like a night of blacked-out debauchery. Sadly the things you'll need to get loaded enough to forget your financial woes cost money—which, obviously, you don't have. But if you've got the will to party, you'll sure as hell find a way to scrape by. Here's how thrifty young adults have mastered partying while broke. I like drinking, and I like money—so I was pleased to learn about Surkus crowdcasting , an app that pays you to attend shitty nightclubs, with free drinks and an entry charge to boot.