“I love adaptability. I love flexibility, because not every situation is the same. You can’t prepare for everything.”
Schuyler is not only a sales rep and bartender at Vino Carta in San Diego, but a well-known fixture in the local wine scene. In this episode, he waxes poetic on the similarities of restaurant life and serving in the Army, why hiring someone who’s into techno is a smart idea, moonlight walks on the beach, and parallel parking using the Clifton Bump technique.
Liking our videos? Did you know you can take a deeper dive into the full-length, unedited interview via our audio podcast version? Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts or click the link below.
Schuyler Munroe, Sales Rep, Vino Carta, San Diego
Schuyler Munroe lives in sunny San Diego, and is a bartender and sales representative at Vino Carta, which focus on small, family-run producers. After graduating from high school in 2008, he joined the US Army where he served in Iraq. He fell in love with restaurants afterwards, and worked extensively in North Carolina as a wine buyer and GM, before moving to CA.