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Hot Pour | Being patient, not a ‘smack on the ass,’ will get Cassandra Carder’s attention at Rooster’s

Bartender

▪ Cassandra Carder

Bar

▪  Rooster’s Restaurant & Bar

Q) Are you local?

A) No I am not. I am originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. I moved here to be closer to my baby sister. I left Cincinnati when I was 18, I went to the University of Wyoming, graduated, and decided I just wanted some fun this summer.

Q) What is Wyoming like?

A) It is SO COLD. It is freezing cold, like sometimes I would wake up in the morning, and I would be mad that I have to go outside, because it’s that cold. The only thing you could see is my little face poking out of my parka. It’s like 50 below sometimes.

Q) Favorite quote?

A) I guess “treat others the way you want to be treated,” I mean especially in the service industry, you have to treat others with respect no matter their profession, no matter their walk of life. Just not be judgmental, just give everybody the same treatment.

Q) Best way to get a bartender’s attention?

A) Just like, give ‘em a little smack on the ass. I’m just kidding, I’m just kidding! WORST way to get a bartender’s attention, no, just like being patient, being polite, maybe just like a little wink and a, “hey, what’s up,” you know? You just gotta be patient.

Q) Fears or phobias?

A) I don’t like dark water. It freaks me out, I don’t know why, and I don’t like spiders.

Q) Best conversation you’ve ever heard at a bar?

A) Guys talking about girls’ asses, girls being like, “he is such a jerk!”

Q) Signature drink?

A) My signature drink, right now, is called the Shark Bite. It is a really delicious drink, it has Absolut raspberry, Blue Curaçao, Malibu passion fruit, mixed with lemonade, and it has some little blue shark tummies swimming around, so it’s pretty good.

By Josh Bell, For The Surge

VIDEO INTERVIEW

▪  To see Cassandra’s video interview, go online at TheSurgeMB.com.

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