Well kept and well managed.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Kleinburg, ON – 5 January 2017
-I was the BarBack for a few months when I started working at the Doctors House. The duties that came with that on a day to day basis were to manage all of the liquor inventory for the banquet hall, clean the 4 bars, and keep the bars supplied throughout the day. When I was promoted to bartender, I kept all duties but just for my bar.
-I learned how to put many of the things I learned in school to good use. That involved solidifying my knowledge of several cocktails and brands, opening up as a person and meeting new people.
-Management was good.
-Co-workers were enjoyable to work with. It was a very diverse group of people.
-Hardest part of the job was going home, I love bartending. In terms of actual difficulty, making drinks that ive never heard of but then you get to interact with the guest so it becomes enjoyable in the end.
-The best thing about bartending at the Doctors House was meeting all the new people throughout the time I spent there.
Free Dinner, No shared tips