During Prohibition, malt-swilling protestors nearly overthrew the U.S. government, fighting hard to replace President Woodrow Wilson with a barrel of bourbon. Learn to sling cocktails that taste like freedom with today’s Groupon at National Bartenders Bartending School, good for enrollment at the Hollywood, Lakewood, Orange County, or Santa Monica locations. Choose between two options:
- For $49, you get a four-hour cocktail-making course (a $150 value).
- For $194, you get a 40-hour-equivalent bartending course, with certification and course materials included (a $495 value).
National Bartenders School bestows budding cocktail crafters with serving savvy, a rarefied repertoire of potables, and industry connections for future employment. The 40-hour-equivalent libation lesson encompasses each essential element of beverage management—from money handling to mixology—while teaching beginner bartenders more than 200 saucy cocktails and advanced barfly-swatting techniques. Amateur amaretto slingers can complete the bartending course in one week (eight-hour classes Monday–Friday), two weeks (four-hour classes Monday–Friday), or during multiple Saturday sessions (at the Hollywood location only, if students are unable to attend weekday classes). An experienced staff of martini maestros will guide students through glassware and garnishes, sharing tricks of the trade gleaned from California’s snazziest whistle-wetting establishments. For mixologists not ready for the pros, the four-hour cocktail-making course expands concoction repertoires with an array of basic cocktails poured to precise proportions.
Each certified graduate gets unlimited access to job-placement assistance, drawn from a database of thousands of bars and nightclubs nationwide. Let job-placement personnel serve you up to prospective employers who will marvel at your mojito muddling, fancy bottle work, and lightning-quick lemon twisting.
“This was a great program and I definitely learned a lot from Dave, whose awesome. ”
“Really cool people there, love the classroom, really fun place to learn.”
“Everyone there is doing a great job, and thank you for everything!”