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If you're really serious about getting that job as a bartender, mention in your bar cover letter that you're willing to train for free or work a shift or two just for tips. No bar manager / owner wants to waste money training someone who's not going to work out. Taking this risk out of the equation will go a long way to tilting the scales in your favour. Close your bar cover letter by stating that you would love the opportunity to come in and discuss your qualifications and how your employment will benefit their establishment.How to get the perfect bicycle handlebar
If you want to get your hands really clean, like after you've been cutting up raw chicken (it seems that chicken fat is the hardest fat to get off of my hands), nothing beats good old-fashioned Lava bar soap. Forget those bar and liquid antimicrobial soaps. They don't kill all the bacteria, they promote the creation (thereby) of antimicrobial resistant bacteria, and unless you wash and rinse several times, do not get all the fat off of your hands. The fat (and natural skin oils) is what adheres the bacteria to your hands. Lava isn't fancy. It doesn't have moisturizers or nicey-nice ingredients. It will strip your hands of all oils, and that's the point. If you don't like making a dry wrinkled mess of your hands, then use some other regular soap, just be sure to rinse really well. It's in the rinsing that most people make their mistake. Plain soaps will loosen the oils, but you have to completely rinse away all the soap if you want to also rinse away the greatest majority of the bacteria. You can't ever get rid of them all or kill them all. It's a fact. Accept it. And there is really no reason to waste your money on fancy cleansers and antibacterial kitchen wipes. There, I got my two cents in.
Ambience is of supreme importance in the design and management of a Karaoke bar and lounge. Most bars are theme based where the dcor will be in harmony with the theme. As expected, all kinds of Japanese and American themes are popular choices. This can range from anywhere between a jazz bar to a Japanese gaming bar. Whatever the choice, the interior of the lounge must reflect the theme. To make the theme more prominent and the ambience more enveloping, the food served in karaoke lounges revolves around the themes. So you can grab the microphone and sing your favourite number as long as you stick to the theme. A live audience will cheer for you while enjoying theme based grub.
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