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Bartending Contract

What you need to know about
Bartending Contract

Use this bartending contract when hiring someone to serve drinks at your bar, restaurant, or private event.


  • Hiring a bartender to work at your bar or restaurant
  • Hiring a bartender for a party or private event.


If you own a business or just need help hosting a large event, you may want to consider hiring bartender to serve drinks while you take care of other matters. Whenever you hire a person to work at your home or business, however, you must ensure that everyone is on the same page when it comes to expectations and conditions for the job. Whether you are hiring a bartender for your business or to just helping out for an important event, you can use this step-by-step form to create a bartending contract that fits your needs.

Bartenders can help you with the more mundane tasks that often come with entertaining guests. They can help you keep the bar in stock, engage and entertain guests, and clean up at the end of an event. Professional bartenders can be very entertaining, and they often know how to mix creative beverages that everyone can enjoy.

Bartenders can help you get organized behind the bar and help your event or business move more efficiently. However, it is critical to make sure that any agreement for bartending services is clear and accurate. If you are considering hiring a bartender, use this interactive form to create a customized agreement that will create the framework for a successful professional relationship. Likewise, if you’re a professional bartender, you can use this form to make a standard agreement that is easy to use and creates a formal presentation for your clients.

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