Like baking a cake, mixing a drink requires precise measurements and the restraint to not ingest so many ingredients that you ruin your own birthday party. Become a power-mixer with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a Martini Madness Workshop (a $99 value)
During the 2.5- to 3-hour workshop, students craft drinks such as cosmopolitans, chocolate martinis, and the Vesper, a libation popularized by the James Bond franchise. The hands-on session covers both preparation techniques and presentation extras, such as garnishes and rims for glasses. Students must be 18 or older to attend the class and 19 or older to sample the drinks, so they must bring ID to verify their age. For more information, see the class page.
- $39 Get Into the Spirit Workshop (a $99 value)
During this 2.5- to 3-hour workshop, students craft enduring cocktails from staple spirits including vodka, gin, rum, whiskey, and tequila. Behind a working bar, students also learn to read their customers, gaining the insight needed to confidently recommend a drink to suit individual tastes. Students must be 19 or older to attend the class, so they must bring ID to verify their age. For more information, see the class page.
Like arriving at school naked, going to school in a bustling bar is something that usually only happens in dreams. However, in BartenderOne’s signature MasterClass, that dream becomes a reality as students try their hand behind the bar at a variety of nightlife hubs during mobile, hands-on classes, taught by head bartenders from across the country. This class is just part of the school's unique offerings, which were created by the school’s founders, who surveyed 14 bartending schools on five continents before founding BartenderOne. They wanted to offer their students a preeminent bartending education, so they fused the best of the curricula they saw and left out archaic practices, such as memorizing lists of outdated recipes. The resulting classes run the gamut from full bartender training to workshops on specific skills, such as martini-making, whiskey pouring, or balancing another bartender on your nose. The school is run by people who own and operate bars and restaurants, and they guaranteed internships for all of their graduates.