Monday, July 27, 2009
How to Cut Off a Customer
Cutting off or stopping service to a customer is my least favorite part of bartending. With bartending, it’s a numbers game. The more drinks a bartender serves, the more money that bartender will make. So saying “no” to a customer is never desirable, but in some situations, it is absolutely necessary. Anytime a bartender serves a customer an alcoholic drink, that customer becomes the bartender’s responsibility. It is the responsibility of the bartender to make sure that the customer doesn’t become overly intoxicated while at the bar. When a person starts to display signs of being overly intoxicated at the bar it is the responsibility of the bartender to cut off any more alcohol service to that customer.
So how does a bartender stop service to a customer? Read Here...