Bar Management by Vinra Publication
The bar sector worldwide has undergone considerable change in recent years as consumer expectations have changed. Country bars, town bars, city bars, and the ‘local’ pub are all social gathering places. They act as the primary focal points of most towns and cities, and they come in every size, shape, and description. Although their opening times vary in different countries and cities, these establishments have existed for centuries, offering customers, travelers and tourists access to the food, drinks, music, and the company of the local people. The sheer number of bars and public houses around the world and the fact that anyone can find one just about anywhere in some countries may lead us to believe that certain nations are very fond of alcohol, but this is simply not true. One will find that these nations are usually very social people, and the pub is more often than not a gathering place.
The audience of the Book :
This book is Useful for Hotel and Hospitality Management students.
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction to Bar and Beverage
2. Social Concerns and Management
3. Stocking Up on Smallwares and Equipment, Bar’s Inventory
4. Bar Control Systems
5. Service Procedures and Selling Techniques
6. Marketing Bar and Beverage Operations