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Bottle Service Question

Warrington
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Bottle Service Question

Yo Dudes,

I know what bottle service is, but what I don't understand is how do you know when your bottle runs out or when it is close to running out? Does the server tell you?

Once your bottle runs out can you just buy normal drinks and stay at your table or do you have to buy another bottle?

Cheers

Chris

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1. Re: Bottle Service Question

You have the bottle with you at your table.

Whether you can stay at the table after you've finished your bottle (or bottles if there's a two bottle minimum) is something you need to confirm with your VIP host. A lot of the info you need is here:

http://www.jackcolton.com/

Warrington
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2. Re: Bottle Service Question

So do they just bring you a glass of coke etc.. whenh you need a new mixer?

Cheers

Chris

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3. Re: Bottle Service Question

All your mixers plus ice will be with you at your table also.

Brea, California
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4. Re: Bottle Service Question

the mixers are generally served in carafes, so when you're running low, they'll replace them for you. also, when the bottle runs out, they will "encourage" you to buy another bottle or will want you to leave, but don't let them push you around. make sure you find out exactly how long you have the table for before you make your reservation. then double-check this time with the host/hostess when you arrive. then feel free to hang out at your table for that allotted time even if you have finished and satisfied your bottle minimum.

CT
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5. Re: Bottle Service Question

Or you can take some of the tonic water they serve you and fill it into the vodka bottle to avoid the awkwardness of having them try to sell you another one when you are plastered, with a good chance you will be stupid enough to take them up on the offer in that condition!

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6. Re: Bottle Service Question

You will need to check with the host or waitress to see what happens when the bottle runs out.. Some places will let you stay. But if it's a busy nite and the place is slam packed, you might be forced to buy another bottle or surrender your table. As others say, mixers are in a carafe for you. The only mixers that won't come free are redbulls and any bottled waters.

Warrington
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7. Re: Bottle Service Question

Thanks for you replies guys.

Cheers

Chris

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8. Re: Bottle Service Question

they will definitely try to get you to buy another bottle. if not too busy and the tip is right they might let you stay at the table.

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