How to hire bartender for your home party

How to hire bartender for your home party

If you need to hire a bartender for a party, there are a few things to keep in mind. One is that the bartender has the right to refuse service to anyone who appears intoxicated, so keep an eye on your guests. You also want to make sure that you have enough space for the bartender and all of his equipment. A small table will do, and he’ll need access to water and ice. If you don’t have enough space for him to set up, try renting some tables and folding chairs or placing tall stools around the kitchen island. As far as what drinks to offer, think about what you’ll be serving at the party. If it’s a cocktail party, then you’ll want a full bar with soda, alcohol and mixers. If it’s an informal dinner party, then just wine and beer may be enough. Also consider your budget: if it’s tight, then perhaps just beer and wine will be best; if money’s no problem, then consider hiring two bartenders who can each work different areas of the house with different drinks at each station.

The first figure out what kind of party you’re hosting and what type of bartender will fit. Are they making margaritas? Serving beer and wine? Mixing up exotic cocktails? Try to find a bartender who’s been trained in whatever specialty drink you want served at your event. There are plenty of places where you can find a professional mixologist, but there are several ways to do it. For example, if you need someone who knows how to make martinis, ask a friend who owns or works for a martini bar. Or if you’re having an open bar–type event, look for bartenders who have worked at other events like yours (i.e., weddings, fundraisers).

The important things you need to do is to hiring a bartender is getting a quote. You need to know how much you can expect to pay for their services, or else you might end up going over your budget. Take into account the number of guests who will be attending, which bartenders may charge per person, and any additional fees that may be added onto the price for things like specialty drinks or mixers. Think about whether or not there will also be food served at this event so that you can decide if you want something light like appetizers or sandwiches instead of heavy fare such as entrees and sides. If so, consider how many hours long it might take for everyone to arrive and finish eating before making your final decision about how much time should be allotted for each activity (including mingling).

Once you have decided on an approximate number of hours that the bar service will need to be available, it’s time to start searching through different menus. Look online at places like Yelp and Google Maps where they have reviews left by past customers who have tried out various recipes from each location before deciding which one looks best suited for your needs. Ask around among friends or coworkers if they have any recommendations. To know more about mobile bar hire services contact us.

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