January 12, 2010

Jim Meehan Shows Us How It's Done

We've known for a while that Jim Meehan of NYC's Please Don't Tell was a class act, but we love the fact he got a chance to do it on national TV. Here's what we learned in this video:

  • Don't be afraid to give people what they want, even if you're sure of what they "should" drink, or if you have cocktails you want to mix for them.

  • Batching cocktails is awesome.

  • Jimmy Fallon can actually make us laugh.

  • The Roots like tequila.
That is all information we can use in our lives. Thanks Jimmy Fallon's show we never watch! And thanks to Mr. Dietsch for the link.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at January 12, 2010 8:24 PM
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