Mixologist/Bartender:

The founders of Busboys and Poets are seeking a creative mixologist/bartender to develop a beverage program for a new modern Southern restaurant in the heart of the 14th Street corridor: Mulebone.

The ideal candidate will have a thorough knowledge of all things beverage. A passion for creating, teaching, learning, tasting and pairing wines, cocktails and spirits to food. They must also possess a minimum 3 years mixology/bartending experience. Excellent bar service, inventory control and beverage cost. Must have a flexible schedule to work nights, weekends and holidays. Discretion honored.

Send your resume online here

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On Censorship by Salman Rushdie

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