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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The sweetest thing

Posted on Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 2:15 PM

I happened to be out at this "PERFECT" little bar in Dartmouth last Friday night. It was a quiet evening but got a little busier in the evening. The band was really good and the patrons were enjoying the atmosphere. My eye caught this handsome gentleman buying a drink. He was well dressed, dark hair....soul patch mid-thirties? I would have pegged him for a musician. Resembles Mick Jagger. I had seen him around but not recently. There were 2 female bartenders working that night that seemed to like him. I watch the younger bartender sprint from one end of the bar to the other and whispered in his ear. Apparently, a patron she was waiting on, an attractive blonde, wanted to dance with him so she used the bartender to convey the message. I am not sure if the 2 had known each other or not but when they danced together it seemed like they knew each other for years. The gentleman spent the remainder of the evening talking and dancing to the woman and her friend who happened to be a very attractive and popular female singer from Woodside. Very refreshing to see so much class, poise, respect and chivalry that evening! It made my night knowing that such class still exists.....Sigh!!! Cheers to the club owners for having great music and wonderful clientele! —Such a Spectacle

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