Gary “Gaz” Regan always knew he would be in the bar business. His family ran pubs in England and he entered the world of bartending by working in his family’s establishment at the age of 14. When asked, “Is that legal?” Regan laughs and answers, “ no, but the cops used to come to the pub after we closed and get free beers, and left us alone.” When he was young, he envisioned himself owning a small chain of upscale British restaurants. He got as far ...
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