Fog And Smog Turn Their Sights On Overwrought Bartenders

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I don't know why Jasper Russo sends me the occasional video, interspersed between promotional emails about his liquor empire Siegel's, but he does. Most of the time I watch the short movie once and then go on with my day, but this one I think is worth sharing. DJ Dave and Barney Kook, the dudes behind the parody video

Whole Foods Parking Lot

have released their next spot. This one pokes fun at the bar tending trend that practically writes its own jokes.

Tired of muddled sage cocktails that take a massive bite out of your drinking budget? Had enough waxed mustaches and fedoras? You'll get a kick out of this clip.

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