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  • Bartender
  • Host
  • Bartending
  • Catering
  • Catering

Hello, I am Tyler Bowers I have years of fine dining bartending and serving experience. Qualifications Yono’s restaurant – 25 Chapel street 12210. Bartender. · Creating classic and original cocktails . · Keeping the wine list of over 1000 wines updated. · Taking educational service courses. Faces and Names – 159 West 54th street, February 2015 – July 2015. Bartender. · Creating and helping maintain drink list. · Serving tables as well as the guests at the bar. Gaonnuri Restaurant – 1250 Broadway 1001, January 2014 – January 2015. Bartender, Bar captain. · Responsible for creating new cocktails and building drink lists. · Trained new bartenders and cocktail servers. · Attending wine tastings and choosing new wines for our win list Per Lei Restaurant – Upper east side, 71st street 2nd ave July 2012 – October 2013 Server, Bartender, Trainer New York, NY · Responsible for training multiple other servers and bartenders · Practiced in Catering large private parties of up to 100 people · Learned to keep the bar inventory The Ninety Nine - Restaurant and Pub March 2008 - July 2012 Server, Host and Trainer Albany, NY · Completed multiple Ninety Nines training workshops · Earned certification for Responsibility in Service of Alcohol · Responsible for training new Hosts and Servers Skills •Upbeat attitude, quick learner and great sense of humor. • Strong communication skills, with managers and customers alike. • Calm in high stress situations and skilled multitasking/prioritizing during “the rush.” • Hard working, motivated and reliable. • Known by coworkers as an honest team player. Education Guilderland Central High School Diploma June 2008 For Love of Wine June 2011 Albany Wine Seminar Albany, NY • Participated in wine tastings, also attended the wine class at this locally owned company, which included lessons on dessert and fortified wines. • Read “Speak Easy” the craft cocktail book written by the owners of “Employees Only”