We are a state-licensed bartending school that has been training Cincinnati's best bartenders from the same location since 1986. The school was previously located on Galbraith Road from 1978 until it moved here in 1986. We have earned our 20+ year reputation for excellence through hard work and a commitment to training and placing quality bartenders in the tri-state area.
Our bartending school has trained bartenders for most of the tri-states' best companies. The list is too long, but a few are; Marriott, Hilton, Embassy Suites, Omni Hotel, Grand Victoria, Argosy, Belterra, Tall Stacks, ATP, LPGA, Jeff Ruby's Restaurants, Hoffbrau Haus, Claddaughs Irish Pub, Mitchells Fish Market, Red Lobster, Applebees, Fridays, Lonestar, BW3's, Buffalo Wings and Rings,, Great American Ball Park, Paul Brown Stadium, Kentucky Speedway, etc., etc!
Bartending in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southern Indiana is a fun and exciting full or part-time job that has proven over time to always be in demand. According to the State of Ohio and Kentucky liquor agencies, there are currently over 1,250 liquor serving establishments in the greater Cincinnati area that employ over 7,500 full and part-time bartenders.
Whether you want to work downtown Cincinnati on Main Street, Newport on the Levy in Northern Kentucky, or at a fancy hotel or neighborhood pub, there will always be a bartending job for you. Our school averages 15 to 20 bartending job openings available for our students each and every week.
The founder of the school, Roger Oldham, has won the "Best Bartender in Ohio" contest 4 times and has twice placed in the top ten in the world in "Disney's Quest for the Best Bartender" contest finals held on stage at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Our instructors still compete in flair contests and bartend part-time in local bars.
If you would like to have fun at work and meet new people, bartending may be the answer for you. Bartending is fun and allows college students and those with professional careers the flexibility and income potential they require. Working a second job has become an accepted part of our society. If you are considering a new career or adding a second job, give bartending a shot!
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