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“Bartending is just a not a side-line way of making extra money quickly… it is a profession”. Mixologist Chanel Horn gives us insight on the life of a bartender.
In many ways, I have the perfect job. I drink for a living, sleep until noon, and spend my nights haunting various bars around New York City.
As a Bartender onboard a cruise ship, I generally work in 12 hour shifts which are usually split as I am not expected to work an entire shift of 12 hours in one go - especially as shifts on board cruise ships do not always end after 12 hours!
Meet a special breed of bartender: the mixologist. No ordinary dispenser of bar favourites, this specialist weaves magic with drink ingredients to create the stunning concoctions that can make or break a hospitality establishment, party or special event.
Every workplace has a star. And according to Jeff Bell, the head bartender at Please Don't Tell, a speakeasy located in Manhattan's East Village, the worker who shines the brightest in any drinking or eating establishment is the man, or woman, behind the bar.
Let bartender Mike Hagan pour you a drink as he offers some advice on being an administer of spirits.
Bartending jobs can be elusive. If you are someone that has a strong desire to get behind a bar but aren’t sure where to start, here are a few tips that I find myself dispensing often.
One of the most coveted positions in the food and beverage industry is that of professional bartender. Bartending is a social job, more glamorous than bussing tables with lots of opportunity for working in unique and exciting venues.