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Arizona
Phoenix 480-777-2333
SF Bay Area
East Bay 510-317-5980
Mountain View 408-594-9478
San Francisco 415-793-6465
California
Sacramento 916-995-6518
Canyon Country 661-250-8200
Costa Mesa 714-545-2700
Fresno 559-250-7567
Hollywood 213-380-3200
Orange County 714-289-8600
San Diego 619-292-1838
West Los Angeles 310-996-1377
Florida
Ft Lauderdale 954-566-0488
Jacksonville 904-641-9020
Miami 305-267-1446
Orlando 407-894-6719
South Beach 305-267-1446
Tampa 813-247-7333
W. Palm Beach 561-686-9021
Georgia
Atlanta 404-705-7070
Duluth 404-705-7070
Hawaii
Honolulu 808-343-0821
Illinois
Chicago 847-228-0700
Frankfort 847-228-0700
Mt. Prospect 847-228-0700
Michigan
Detroit 248-888-9105
New York
New York City 212-594-4146
Ohio
Columbus 614-442-9400
Texas
Dallas 214-956-8900
Fort Worth 817-590-2800
Houston 713-706-3330
Washington
Seattle 425-373-0384
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Re:Work to Express not Impress (3 viewing) (3) Guests
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Before attending bartending classes, I thought the job was all about entertaining and impressing the customers. Little did I know that just like any other profession, it's a serious job that requires concentration. Once a pretty girl was glued to my round of exhibition so to have her ogle at me, I did something out of my usual routine so I ended up breaking wine bottles. Besides embarrassing myself, it almost cost me my job.
 
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Well, the key is to find the middle of the road between entertaining and engaging your guests while being able to stay productive. A successful bartender's key trait is multi-tasking!

- Joe Mixology
 
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