A barista at a Grab-N-Go Bikini Hut espresso stand holds money as she waves to a customer in 2010, just outside the city limits of Everett, Wash., in Snohomish County. Coffee shops in the Seattle area introduced the world to "bikini baristas" three years ago, but now Snohomish County and other areas are tightening their rules for the stands, such as requiring employees to wear at least the equivalent of a bikini or face regulation under adult entertainment ordinances.
A barista at a Grab-N-Go Bikini Hut espresso stand holds money as she waves to a customer in 2010, just outside the city limits of Everett, Wash., in Snohomish County. Coffee shops in the Seattle area introduced the world to "bikini baristas" three years ago, but now Snohomish County and other areas are tightening their rules for the stands, such as requiring employees to wear at least the equivalent of a bikini or face regulation under adult entertainment ordinances. Ted S. Warren AP
A barista at a Grab-N-Go Bikini Hut espresso stand holds money as she waves to a customer in 2010, just outside the city limits of Everett, Wash., in Snohomish County. Coffee shops in the Seattle area introduced the world to "bikini baristas" three years ago, but now Snohomish County and other areas are tightening their rules for the stands, such as requiring employees to wear at least the equivalent of a bikini or face regulation under adult entertainment ordinances. Ted S. Warren AP