Bartending Interview Questions
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How do you decide which customers to serve first when the bar is packed?
User Submitted Interview Answers
I would politely tell them when they are ready let me know and serve the next person at the bar.
Yes I would say "let me know when you know what you want" and I would offer help for the customer when deciding.
Make suggestions, ask them if they need a minute.
Try to look who comes first but you can also ask the costumer who comes first.
Ill greet them and ask them if they are ready to order and if they arent and theyre hesitant and are not really sure ill ask them what they feel like drinking. If they want sweet I would reccoment something like a tom collins or if theres a feautured drink or special ill let them know about that. If theyre still unsure ill give them my favourite drink and if anything ill let them know to take their time and that there isnt any rush. At that point ill skip them and go to the next person.
Yes, but I will tell the guest you decide your drink ill get back to you.
Yes, Politely say that you will help others as they take their time, with a smile :)
First I ask him what his taste as per his taste I would suggest him some cocktails.
I try to go with whoever I know has been standing there waiting the longest.
The one closest to the bar, that I recognise being there the longest.