Lust List 2015: Terrance Walz

Bartender at One Night Stand, 28, in a relationship.

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Lust List 2015: Terrance Walz — Bartender at One Night Stand; 28, in a relationship

What went through your head when you found out you’d made the Lust List?
I thought somebody was joking with me. It’s a very vain thing, and I know I’m not a bad-looking dude, but my head’s not really big.

Why do people have a thing for bartenders?
I feel like when I usually meet one they’re enthusiastic and outgoing. Drunk people are the worst. If [bartenders] can stay happy in this kind of environment, they’re really cool people.

What’s your favorite drink?
I’ve gotten on a martini kick, but right now, coffee with Baileys.

Best place to drink around town?
If I do go out, which is rare, I’ll go to The Bends. Very excited for The Blue Goose. I’ll be working there as well.

What do you do when you’re not slinging drinks?
I’m a bicycle enthusiast. Bicycles, and books.

Where’d you meet the gal you’re dating?
One Night Stand. She was drunk. She was dancing. I said, “You’re doing it wrong. Do it better.” And she did it better. We became friends, and we’ve been dating for a year and a half now.

What’s the best place to take a date in Tampa Bay?
Take them go-cart racing, or go on a bike ride.

Quickest way to your heart?

Favorite song to set the mood?
Anything by Prince. Prince is tight.

Are people who successfully ride the One Night Stand bull sexy?
Sometimes. A lot of times they try too hard.

What’s something about you that may surprise people who don’t know you well?
My goofiness.

Favorite vacation spot?
Germany. That’s where I’m from, that’s where I was born and raised. There’s nothing like home, especially the food.

If you don’t take yourself super seriously, that’s sexy.

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