Vodka Tonic Ingredients

Vodka Tonic IngredientsThe Vodka Tonic is similar in ingredients and preparation to the Gin & Tonic, as it is a simple drink; however, with this drink it is almost flavorless except for the lime.

You can change this up though by using a flavored vodka.

The key to a good Vodka Tonic is quality vodka and a good tonic.

Because this drink is naturally lacking in flavor; if you use a bitter tasting tonic, the cocktail can be unpleasant to some.… Continue reading

West LA Catering Company Hiring Bartenders

West LA Catering company is looking tor hire bartenders ASAP!!!!! Candidates should be TIPS certified, have a full events bar kit and all black bistro attire.

If you’re interested, contact Patty for details via FB Messenger (Patty NB Staffing) or call (213)380-3200.

This Thursday, August 3rd

Got a fun event in Silverlake!   6 – 10.    $12/hour plus tip  (should be a good one)!     Beer and wine.  They asked for someone cool and hip!   

If interested, send a cool hip headshot to  so that I know who you are.   Let me know which location you train or have trained at.     I’ll let you know by noon tomorrow if you’re working! 

Instructor position: Sherman Oaks

We are looking for a part-time instructor for the National Bartender’s in Sherman Oaks.  Mixology and craft bartending skills a big plus!    Pay negotiable.  Approximately 2 days and 2 evenings per week.   

If interested email your resume to  c/o JoAnna Senatore <>

10 Reasons to Become a Bartender

Become a BartenderLos Angeles Bartending School can train you in as little as 3 weeks to become a professional certified bartender. Our bartending schools have trained thousands of bartenders, each with individual attention. You can become a bartender anywhere in the country! Los Angeles Bartending School is part of a nationwide collective of independent bartending schools with National Bartenders.

  1. Have a great time while working and get paid for it.
  2. Meet tons of new friends and interesting people.
  3. Flexible hours. Full… Continue reading

Bartending Schools Near Me

Bartending Schools Near Me Top List [UPDATED]Searching for Bartending Schools Near Me? You’ve found the top list below!

Los Angeles Bartending School

3460 Wilshire Blvd #1010

Los Angeles, CA 90010

(213) 380-3200

Sherman Oaks Bartending School

15315 W Magnolia Blvd #114

Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

(818) 624-3840

Santa Clarita Bartending School

18348 Soledad Canyon Rd

Canyon Country, CA 91387

(661) 673-5100

Thousand Oaks Bartending School

1487 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Suite A

Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

(805) 497-0900

Orange Bartending School

1819 E Chapman Ave, Orange,… Continue reading

9 Most Famous Bartenders

Meghan Allen

Famous Bartender Meghan Allen

#1 Meghan Allen

American softcore model and reality show contestant. She was Playboy Cyber Girl of the Month for January 2008. Meghan first appeared on the NBC reality show Fear Factor in 2004.

Natalie Bolton

Famous Bartender Natalie Bolton

#2 Natalie Bolton

Natalie Bolton is a former contestant on the reality television show Survivor: Micronesia.

James Reid

Famous Bartender James Reid

#3 James Reid

James Reid is a former contestant on the reality television show Survivor: Fiji.

Kahlen Rondot

Famous Bartender Kahlen… Continue reading

Help Squash Inequality in Bartending!

I know you have it in you to help squash the inequality of the Bartending industry!

Call the hottest Los Angeles Bartending School at (213) 380-3200 for a call-in special price on bartending classes.

Did you know?

1. The median real hourly wage for female bartenders is $12.17 compared to $13.88 for their male counterparts.

Do you think that’s fair?!

2. A survey of fine dining bartenders in New York by Restaurant Opportunity Centers (ROC) United found that 59% were… Continue reading

California Law for Bartenders to Wear Gloves

California Law for BartendersA new law went into effect at the beginning of 2014 that has some bartenders on the rocks.

According to the California Retail Food Code, any culinary worker who handles “ready-to-eat” foods must wear gloves or use utensils such as tongs, paper or scoops when handling foods.

This includes bartenders since they handle garnishes and ice to prepare customer’s drinks.

While health officials feel this change will provide a more sanitary environment, some bartenders say the gloves will get just… Continue reading