Bartending Contract Law and Legal Definition
Bartending Contract (“contract”) is a legal agreement wherein a bartender agrees to provide bartending services to an individual or an organization. In this Contract, some of the services included are consultation for beverages products and menu construction. Bartending services may include set-up, breakdown of the bar area, and building and serving of beverages to the specifications provided. A positive, professional and productive attitude and demeanor at all times is expected by the Contract. This Contract ensures that only persons of legal drinking age are served alcoholic beverages. This Contract also provides the bartender the discretion to decide whether to serve alcoholic beverages to guests and when to refuse to serve alcoholic beverages to any guest if the Bartender believes that such guest is acting in a manner that could be detrimental to either him/herself or other guests.