Bartenders fill the beer, wine and mix drink orders that waiters and waitresses take from patrons seated in a restaurant or a lounge. Most do the same for customers seated at the bar.
Whether through vocational school training or personal experience most bartenders know how to prepare drink orders and , even during an establishment busiest periods.
However, since the same brands are available everywhere, the most important part of a bartender's job is the creation of a welcoming atmosphere that encourages customers to return on a regular basis.
Bartenders spend a lot of their time on their feet and depend on tips for substantial part of their income. In addition, half of our bartenders work a part time schedule. Regardless of schedule, being a bartender can be a very satisfying job for anyone who is interested in other people.

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