Getting Fingered at the Saloon

“Up,” “neat,” two fingers,” “rocks,” dry,” “dirty” — when are historical bar linguistics too much, when are they not enough? For example, I ask for two fingers of whiskey, which to me means a measure of two fingers in a tumbler. I’m served a shot in one of those half glass-bottomed shot glasses more aptly adorned with a TGI Friday’s logo. I ask for a brand-name vodka “up, with a twist,” and I’ve received it unchilled, in a tumbler. Can you give us a primer on generally accepted to more obscure ordering terms? Read more >

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