I've never been treated so poorly, by a person making a living on tips, before I set foot in this bar.
Let me start by stating that I was a bartender before and throughout my college years (just graduated) and I knew how to treat customers so that they would enjoy their time, and I ALSO knew how to ensure that I was left a nice tip.
Apparently Casey (was that that blonde's name?) didn't quite grasp that concept.
Would you consider a driver's license far more valid than a government-issued military identification card? I wouldn't... but this idiot did... and treated me like I was a child trying to sneak a few drinks.
There isn't much information on both the front AND the back of this type of ID, but the bartender 'read' it for nearly one and a half minutes. When she was done, she demanded that I give her my driver's license so that she could compare the two. Almost another minute went by before she LITERALLY flicked them back to me across the bar.
Now, people.. like I said, I've bartended for over five years. I know how to be nice to people. When I walked in, I had my ID ready so that she wouldn't be inconvenienced by having to ask. Needless to say, I wasn't a rude customer nor did I deserve this treatment.
Beware if you are in the service trying to find a good time at The Stage.
Pros: quite touristy