Frequently Asked Questions
Do you bring everything from A to Z?
Yes, with our Premium Package we would be able to provide cups, ice, a customized menu, and other bar essentials, so you don't need to worry about anything.
Do you provide a Certification of Insurance?
Yes, we make sure that our services are covered by insurance. Please share any specific requirements that are necessary for the certification to abide by.
Do you provide a Liquor License?
Yes, a One Day liquor license can be purchased and would require the information below:
Address of the Venue
Contact Information of the Venue Manage
Is the liquor in my invoice included?
The liquor is not included in the invoice. Although, we are able to provide you with a liquor list according to the amount of guests attending. Once the list has been confirmed, we will connect you to our vendor for a smooth purchase transaction.
Do provide plastic cups or glassware?
Both. We strongly recommend the use of premium Tossware to prevent the risks of shards.
Do you provide Kosher ingredients?
Yes, all of the ingredients we use for our cocktails and mocktails are Kosher-certified and sealed, organic high quality products. Our staff are also aware of kosher certification rules and regulations.
How many mixologists/ bartenders do I need?
For the best service results, our data has shown that for each mixologist/ bartender they would be best able to perform in a crowd of 35 guests.
What is the difference between a mixologist and a bartender?
A mixologist is a professional who specializes in creating and mixing drinks, often using unique and creative ingredients and techniques. A bartender is a professional who serves drinks and manages the operations of a bar.
While a mixologist may also be a bartender, the two roles can be distinct.
A mixologist may focus more on the art and science of drink-making, while a bartender may focus more on customer service and managing the bar's inventory and operations.
Why do I need a Barback?
Barbacks are needed to ensure that the event runs smoothly, that the customers are well-served, and that the bar is well-stocked and organized.
They typically have several responsibilities such as:
Keeping the bar area clean and organized, this includes stocking and restocking the bar with supplies, such as ice, glasses, and mixers.
Assisting the bartenders with making drinks, this includes preparing ingredients, such as cutting fruits and mixing syrups, and also running drinks to customers.
Helping to manage the flow of customers at the bar, this includes managing the crowd, and helping to keep the line moving.
Helping to keep the event running smoothly, this may include helping to set up and tear down the bar
Will the bar be decorated?
Of course, we would love to hear your color preferences and special requests on how your event will look and we can go on from there and best accommodate your needs.
How can I pay for your services?
ACH wire transfers
Can I pay the bartenders directly?
It is best to handle all payments by following our sales team’s instructions attached with the final invoice.
What if my event goes longer than the agreed hours?
Our pricing is based on a 4 hour event, excluding the 2 hours for set up. If your event runs longer than 5 hours, we will charge you an additional $70 per staff member.