Hello again! I wanted to do another short recap with some tips for COVID-era hospitality. I hope you are all faring well through these challenging and weird times. It has been around three months since this all started to directly affect our industry,
(Post contains affiliate links) - Hello again! The COVID-19 crisis has shown us how fragile and unsustainable our career and industry can be, and has many of us questioning what to do next. Lets face
Hello again! Are you going stir crazy yet? With shelter in place orders being extended across the country and around the world, its hard to say when well be out of this. The uncertainty of this cris
Theres a pretty good chance youre also stuck in your house and not working behind the bar right now. Without our normal structure, its easy to fall into unhealthy habits, but its also an opportuni
We are living in uncertain times. Running a bar in a pandemic is one of the biggest challenges we've ever faced as an industry. As restaurants and bars across the world are being forced to close or pivot to pickup and delivery sales only,
So this is a pretty weird time to be a human in society. Ive been struggling with it, as Im sure you are as well. First of all, apologies for the radio silence. Its been a bit of an adjustment for
Things can get dicey when we borrow elements from other cultures for our bar programs. Is it ok to use ceremonial fabric as a tablecloth or put tropical drinks in cups shaped like religious icons? Cu
Many of us, myself especially, wonder where to go next with our careers. One exciting option is to start an import business. It seems like an exciting career of traveling to far away places and shaking hands with bearded men in exotic marketplaces.
Light Spanish wines are perfect for recording recap episodes - Welcome back! Thanks so much tuning in to another recap of what we've learned in the past few episodes. We had four amazing guests this month who shared many useful tips for bartenders and...
Hospitality is our number one job. It is literally the name of our industry, but its often hard to be hospitable when you have other challenges going on in your life. Difficult customers, trouble wit