A bartender (also known as a barkeep, barman, barmaid, or a mixologist) is a person who formulates and serves alcoholic or soft drink beverages behind the bar, usually in a licensed establishment.
What is a professional bartender?
Being a professional bartender means a lot more than making high-quality cocktails and being fast. It also means being courteous and aware of all of the surroundings both behind the bar and in front of the bar.
What do you call a bartender at a tavern?
Americans can tell people theyre a cocktail bartender (or mixologist…the word “mixologist” is for another section) and people will be impressed by this knowledgeable and hardworking chosen profession. Its actually a valid career in the States.
Can a bartender wear a dress?
People usually dress in a way that makes them feel good and attractive; a bartender would want to do the same. However, bars, restaurants, and other similar places often have a strict uniform for the entire staff.
Why do bartenders wear black?
Many establishments either provide employees with a uniform or ask that their bartenders wear a plain black long sleeve top, black trousers and black shoes. This ensures you look smart and the darker colours ensure that accidental spills wont be too noticeable on your clothing.