Ten Things Not To Do As A Bartender


There are just some things that bartenders should never do or should avoid doing at all costs. These things turn customers away, decrease gratuity, and make you (as the bartender) look bad. So here you go;

1) Do not leave bottles of alcohol on the bar… Ever. Once a bottle is placed on the bartop, you just gave the customer the easiest access to stealing it. They don’t have to take a whole bottle. But a drunk customer who sees a bottle of booze just standing alone, you can bet that they’ll be trying to add whatever is in that bottle to their current drink. And if a bottle happens to vanish, you just lost your bar the cost of the bottle. Doesn’t matter if it’s a bottle of Jenkins vodka or Grey Goose. Don’t ever leave a bottle on top of the bar.


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