Dating a bartender
Dating a bartender
Most of my nights off were spent going out to dinner if the bf had the same night off or going and visiting him with the girlfriends.
Flirting with customers is a part of any tip based industry.I have known many waitresses that will actually adjust their cleavage based on the table they are serving. You get phone numbers from girls you think are hot. It's not like you are a rock star with a bunch of swooning groupies. I had a lot of men kiss up to me, I thought it was because they wanted me to have a heavier hand with the bottle and that's about it.Does this mean they are unfit to date and probably going to be unfaithful? It just means they need to pay their electricity bill. I think you have to be personable, friendly, outgoing, and willing to work hard. If it ties up a lot of your nights or being available for dates it might be a problem, but I wouldn't judge your charachter based on your bartending.As a former waiter I can say it can be rough, but you have to be able to make your customer smile if you are ever going to make any money. You work nights and days - according to your thread.Dating a bartender, whether they be male or female, requires confidence and trust.Discover the intricacies of dating a bartender with tips from the author of a book on dating in this free video on relationship advice.
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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... I don't know what social life...getting off work after last call ....cleaning up and then going out for late night breakfast is not really social...
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I did date another bartender from another establishment so most of our dates were going out for food in the middle of the night.
I entered "construction" for 'occupation' because thats what I do during the day, but I've been a bartender for over ten years, but I get the idea that we're thought of as womanizing, opportunistic, ne'er-do-wells with Peter Pan syndrome and admirable social lives. Some times it felt like I was a babysitter of adults or having to pretend I was interested in their silly conversations and always being polite no matter what the situation would be.
I imagine there are the fair amount of people doing shots/drinks with the customers and I remember in the early days it was pretty much customary.
I think if your working at a bar where it's 4 deep and your constantly slammed some people might think you have an active social life given the situation they see you in.