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Brooklyn Restaurant Creates Separate, Lighter Drink Menu 'For Ladies'

Brooklyn Restaurant Creates Separate, Lighter Drink Menu 'For Ladies'

Is a Mai Tai gender-neutral?

A Brooklyn restaurant has created a menu that controversially separates alcoholic beverages into male and female categories. Read More »

The Best And Worst Things About Working At A Restaurant (Video)

The Best And Worst Things About Working At A Restaurant (Video)

Courtesy of Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed's video on the best and worst things about working at a restaurant has some smart, funny things to say about being a server or bartender. Read More »

E-Cigarette Explodes In Bartender's Face

E-Cigarette Explodes In Bartender's Face

Turns out "smoke-free" isn't 100% accurate

A U.K. bartender and a pub customer were burned when a fellow worker's e-cigarette exploded after being plugged into an iPad charger behind the bar. Read More »

What It's Like To Be ... A Bartender

What It's Like To Be ... A Bartender

The modern bartender as a "cultural priest"

What's it like to be a bartender? Jeff Bell, the head bartender at Please Don't Tell (PDT) in Manhattan speaks to AOL Jobs. Read More »

Jobs That Make The World A Worse Place

Jobs That Make The World A Worse Place

Fast food workers. Telemarketers. Investment bankers. These professions have the highest share of employees who say their jobs make the world a worse place, according to a survey by PayScale.com. Read More »

How To Get A Job As A Bartender

How To Get A Job As A Bartender

By Kathryn Tuggle Whether you're simply looking to entertain friends at a cocktail party or you're seeking a complete career change, bartending can be a unique and profitable option. Although it may sound like fun, experts say it's not an easy job, and bartending schools across the country boast that the... Read More »

Hate Desk Work? 6 Good Non-Traditional Jobs

Hate Desk Work? 6 Good Non-Traditional Jobs

While many people are perfectly content with a structured, 9-to-5 job, some workers aren't made for that type of environment. They crave variety, constant challenges and adventure at work. They often don't want to be at a desk. A worker who is bored on the job not only suffers himself, but his lack of focus may... Read More »

D.C. Bartender Stabbed While Walking Patron Home Faces Staggering Medical Bills

D.C. Bartender Stabbed While Walking Patron Home Faces Staggering Medical Bills

It began as a gallant gesture. An off-the-clock bartender offered to walk a female patron home. But the night would lead to a punctured lung, two surgeries and medical bills that could go as high as $100,000. Mike Boone of Trusty's Bar in Washington, D.C.'s East Hill neighborhood was walking a customer home... Read More »

1 In 2 New Graduates Are Jobless Or Underemployed

1 In 2 New Graduates Are Jobless Or Underemployed

By Hope Yen WASHINGTON -- The college class of 2012 is in for a rude welcome to the world of work. A weak labor market already has left half of young college graduates either jobless or underemployed in positions that don't fully use their skills and knowledge. Read More »

U.K. Barmaid To Face Guinness Beer Phobia This St. Patrick's Day

U.K. Barmaid To Face Guinness Beer Phobia This St. Patrick's Day

It's not uncommon to find a bartender who's a teetotaler, but in Birmingham, England, it isn't staying sober that's on the mind of Hayley Blakeney this St. Patrick's Day holiday weekend. Rather, the 28-year-old barmaid is more concerned with steering clear of the Guinness tap at the Craven Arms pub, where... Read More »

Starbucks Baristas Set To Become Bartenders

Starbucks Baristas Set To Become Bartenders

Starbucks is an all-American institution, fueling the work lives of millions of Americans with triple shots of espresso, and helping unemployed Americans get work, through their recent "Create Jobs for USA" campaign. But Starbucks has decided to take its next cue from across the Atlantic. The world's largest... Read More »

Server Alleges Aspen Restaurant Operators Illegally Pooled Waitstaff's Tips

Server Alleges Aspen Restaurant Operators Illegally Pooled Waitstaff's Tips

Waiting on restaurant tables can be demanding and messy work. For many food servers, however, the reward lies in the form of tips that customers leave, making an otherwise paltry-paying job a bit more lucrative. Waitstaff might do even better if they didn't have to part with some of those earnings. It's... Read More »

How Much Do Service Professionals Really Rely On Your Tips?

How Much Do Service Professionals Really Rely On Your Tips?

Most service professionals rely on tips, most famously a restaurant's wait staff, whose base pay is a far cry from the minimum wage. But there are many others we may not think of tipping, or tipping very much, even though they also depend on our generosity for a chunk of their take-home pay. Read More »

Bartender -- Is It A Real Job?

Bartender -- Is It A Real Job?

I'm looking for a bartender job. I know some people don't think that it's a real job but it's all I want to do right now and the competition is fierce in this economy." Karla. LA There is honor in all work so don't let the ill-informed judgments of others diminish your self-respect Paula. By far the toughest... Read More »

The Jobs That Make The Most In Tips

The Jobs That Make The Most In Tips

Tips have reached a tipping point. The amount people in the service industry make in tips is up for the first time in three years, according to a report published today by PayScale. The online compensation data company reported that tips fell 5% between 2008 and 2009, remained flat from 2009 to 2010, but rose... Read More »

Confessions of a Bartender: A Job to Love and Hate in Equal Measure

Confessions of a Bartender: A Job to Love and Hate in Equal Measure

Bartending is a fiercely competitive field, a way to make great money, and a job that occasionally induces hair-pulling frustration. But in the life of a mixologist, it's the fascinating characters and their colorful tales that ensure there's never a dull moment. Read More »

Second Career: From Broker to Bartender

Second Career: From Broker to Bartender

By Jessica Dickler, CNNMoney.com staff writer NEW YORK -- With job openings few and far between, skilled professionals are trading their business suits for aprons - with mixed success. Ramy Sukarieh, 32, worked in Credit Suisse's multi-asset class solution group in New York until he was laid off in October. He... Read More »

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