"Gentlemen will not introduce themselves to ladies", says new bar

"Gentlemen will not introduce themselves to ladies", says new bar

A new bar has caught people's attention for their interesting rules...

"Gentlemen will not introduce themselves to ladies", says new bar

When you go out to a public place, there are a set of unspoken rules that you must follow.

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You don't walk around naked, don't eat a stranger's food and sneeze into your sleeve.

These are just a few examples but you get the idea.

There are also places that have a very clear set of rules, usually visible somewhere for patrons to see and be aware of.

A new bar in England has gone viral after revealing a list of rules that are to be followed inside the venue.

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The Dear Sailor bar "is a beautiful cocktail bar inspired by the speakeasies and jazz bars of 1930s Tokyo."

Dear Sailor have kept all their comings and goings very secretive as their Instagram is private and they aren't even listed on Google Maps.

The plot thickens with their list of rules:

  • No name-dropping.
  • No shouting, or other loud behaviour.
  • No fighting, no play fighting, no talking about fighting.
  • Gentlemen can remove their hats. Hooks are provided if necessary.
  • Gentlemen will not introduce themselves to ladies. Ladies, feel free to start a conversation or ask the bartender to introduce you. If a man you don’t know speaks to you, please lift your chin slightly and ignore him.
  • Do not linger outside the front door.
  • Shoes off when dancing on the furniture.
  • No sportswear/caps.
  • Do not bring anyone unless you would leave that person alone in your home. You are responsible for the behaviour of your guests.
  • Exit the bar briskly and silently. Please make all your travel plans and say all farewells before leaving the bar

But don't stress, while the bar wants to maintain a certain image they aren't trying to be too serious.

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Co-owner Christian Coates told the Manchester Evening News "Of course, they’re a bit tongue and cheek - but it’s about creating a crowd that is respectful of other people and the venue."

If you ever find yourself in the Manchester area, it might be a worthwhile little outing.

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