Definition of bartender
: a person who serves drinks at a bar
bartendplay \ˈbär-ˌtend\ intransitive verb
Recent Examples of bartender from the Web
New drink and food menus Sycamore Den bartender Jesse Ross has launched a new cocktail program.
Sharp alleges in the suit that a the manager told him they did not hire male bartenders.
IRL, Michael has since starred in Masters of Sex and played the robot bartender in Passengers.
The chalkboard spotlights a new cocktail by a guest bartender, including some of the city’s best.
That’s not something any bow-tie-wearing bartender can reclaim with a $15 cocktail, no matter how cute the name.
Kristina Scrimshaw, a bartender at the Pork Barrel BBQ restaurant a few blocks from the shooting scene, said Hodgkinson had become something of a regular in recent weeks.
Instead, after acknowledging the day’s disasters, Apu signaled to the bartender, who brought in two shots of tequila.
Founder Craig Rudewicz’s passion for the craft is informed by history, his work as a bartender, and the lifelong search for the perfect drink.
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Definition of bartender for English Language Learners
: a person who serves drinks at a bar or restaurant
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