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A Bartender can make or break a bar one drink at a time. For bar owners, if you have an untrustworthy bartender, you can see your profits diminish in no time. On the flipside, if you have a fun, active, upselling bartender, you can see your restaurant's profits increase dramatically.
Every restaurant owner may have a very different approach to hiring bartenders. Some restaurant owners require bartenders to work behind the bar making various drinks the hiring manager orders. Other restaurant owners are more passive and just require a basic job interview. Bartending candidates need to know what type of restaurant they are applying too. If the bar is a college bar, trustworthiness and service speed will be the deciding factors for a hiring manager. If the bar is upscale, drink knowledge, drink presentation skills, and ability to have conversations with patrons will be a few of the deciding factors.
After you understand what type of bar you are applying to is, you can prioritize your skills accordingly. Prepare a few examples of when you displayed a high amount of trust. Know a few times when you handled an upset customer. Remember, the interview is a conversation, and you are a bartender, be ready to have an excellent conversation with the hiring manager.