New York Bartending Certification
New York State Law Requires Bartenders to be Only 18
The best part about being a bartender in NYC is the leniency in its alcoholic laws. Alcohol cannot be consumed only from 4:00 am to 8:00 am in some states and the rest of the day is all yours to visit any pub or bar you want. All you have to do is get the required training with the help of Local Bartending School (LBS) and give the exam to get the certificate. Some famous cities of New York City are Albany, Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester and there are 56 more.
The minimum age to become a bartender in New York is 18. However, state law requires drinkers to be 21.
The NY Certification Exam Takes 30 Minutes
The exam is taken under the supervision of an examiner even though you take the course online. The test takes almost 30 minutes and there is a fee for this exam. The training is so extensive that the students actually get to sit at the bars where the qualified instructors show how to prepare all kinds of drinks and beverages so that they practically learn it.
New York's Two Types of Courses
You can also take on and off-premise course.
On-premise serving course can be taken if you are working at a bar or restaurant. The off-premise responsible serving course can be taken if you are working in a convenience store, liquor store, or other off-premises sales business.
The courses may be taken in-class, in-person or online. LBS provides all these types of courses and its certification is valid throughout New York.
New York Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, State Liquor Authority handles all the certification and permits for the alcohol related issues. Each Licensing Bureau statewide receives, examines and investigates license and permit applications within its Zone to ensure they meet the eligibility requirements of the State Liquor Authority as provided for in the ABC Law and Rules. LBS is an accredited institution that can give you the required training to pass the examination and apply for the certificate.
Online New York Bartending Course Costs up to $8.99 - $399
The cost of certification in New York through this online course is $8.99-$399.99. New York Regulations for Bartenders/sellers/servers actually have a few Happy Hour Laws. To offer, sell, serve or deliver an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price is prohibited. You can contact New York Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, State Liquor Authority on the following number:
Telephone: (518) 474-3114.
You can visit http://www.sla.ny.gov/ for further details.
LBS's New York Certification Course
The course covers topics such as spotting someone who has had too much to drink, to check IDs properly and the liabilities and responsibilities of the bartender. You can attend in-class, in-person or online courses whatever suits you best. The acceptable forms of identification cards are Valid New York State driver's license or non-driver identification card or a valid driver's license or non-driver identification card from any other US state, territory, or possession or Canada, valid United States military identification, valid passport or visa from the United States government or any other country.
Bartending course will enable you to identify these cards if they are authentic and then serve the customer. You can also take on premise or off-premise courses for bartending. On-premise serving course can be taken if you are working at a bar or restaurant. The off-premise responsible serving course can be taken if you are working in a convenience store, liquor store, or other off-premises sales business.
You can contact Local Bartending School at 877-447-4745.
We have instructors/classes in NYC, Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany, and other locations.
Is New York City a Good City to Bartend in?
Who doesn't know about New York City? It is the city never sleeps so, of course, bars are what keep the people entertained all night. It is the most populous city in the United States of America. It is one of the most important cities in the whole world due to its political and ethnic importance. New York City consists of five boroughs, each of which is a state county. The five boroughs, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island are consolidated into a single city.
Licensing Authority in New York
Nevada Department of Taxation handles all the certification and permits for bars and bartending. All beverage alcohol permits are regulated by each individual county and once you have the required the training, you can apply for it in your respective county and it will be provided to you if you pass the test. The Nevada Bartending Course can be taken any time you want because it is held every month. Local Bartending Schools offer a 10 hour to 2-day course after which you should be able to know how to spot someone who has been drinking too much, how to properly check IDs and the responsibilities/liabilities of the server.
Click here to start a course to become a licensed bartender in New York.
Bars in New York:
The Dead Rabbit:
Rustic, rich and full of life The Dead Rabbit serves the most iconic drinks in town. In a redbrick landmark, Belfast bar vets Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry have conjured up a rough-and-tumble 19th-century tavern.
This standard-bearing cocktail parlor from mixology matriarch Julie Reiner expresses its Victorian bent in intricate tile work, curved leather booths, marble tables, vintage sofas and a functioning fireplace. Choose among regal crystal bowls of punch or finely wrought drinks, both classic and new.
Bartending is a very interesting job because it involves all the guilty pleasures a person can have. On the other side, it is a very serious and responsible job on the behalf of bartender because he has to tend to people who come in for drinks or to enjoy the bar. .
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