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The Bartender's Cure

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"Wesley Straton's The Bartender's Cure is a fiercely relatable debut novel about an aspiring bartender at the perfect neighborhood bar, filled with cocktail recipes and bartending tips and tricks. Samantha Fisher definitely does not want to be a bartender. But after a breakup and breakdown in San Francisco, she decides to defer law school for a year to move to New York, crashing on her best friend's couch. When she is offered a job at Joe's Apothecary, a beloved neighborhood bar in Brooklyn, she tells herself it's only temporary. As Sam learns more about bartending and gets to know the service industry lifers and loyal regulars at Joe's, she is increasingly seduced by her new job. She finds acceptance in her tight-knit community and even begins a new relationship. But as the year draws to a close, Sam is increasingly pulled between the life she thought she wanted and the possibility of a different kind of future. When destructive cycles from her past threaten to consume her again, Sam must decide how muchshe's willing to let go of to finally belong"--

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  • 5 of 6 copies available at Westchester Library System.

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Greenburgh Public Library FICTION STRATON (Text)
New Fiction
31009154946358
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Mount Kisco Public Library FICTION STRATON (Text)
New Fiction
31017100287207
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12/10/2022
New Rochelle Public Library STRATON (Text)
New Fiction
31019156644810
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Rye Free Reading Room FICTION STRATON (Text)
New Fiction
31028153385632
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Yonkers Grinton I. Will Library FIC Straton (Text)
New Fiction
31035710070037
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Yonkers Grinton I. Will Library FICTION (Text)
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31035162589278
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250 . ‡aFirst edition.
264 1. ‡aNew York : ‡bFlatiron Books, ‡c2022.
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520 . ‡a"Wesley Straton's The Bartender's Cure is a fiercely relatable debut novel about an aspiring bartender at the perfect neighborhood bar, filled with cocktail recipes and bartending tips and tricks. Samantha Fisher definitely does not want to be a bartender. But after a breakup and breakdown in San Francisco, she decides to defer law school for a year to move to New York, crashing on her best friend's couch. When she is offered a job at Joe's Apothecary, a beloved neighborhood bar in Brooklyn, she tells herself it's only temporary. As Sam learns more about bartending and gets to know the service industry lifers and loyal regulars at Joe's, she is increasingly seduced by her new job. She finds acceptance in her tight-knit community and even begins a new relationship. But as the year draws to a close, Sam is increasingly pulled between the life she thought she wanted and the possibility of a different kind of future. When destructive cycles from her past threaten to consume her again, Sam must decide how muchshe's willing to let go of to finally belong"-- ‡cProvided by publisher.
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