1. Greeting customers: Welcoming guests as they arrive at the bar and providing a friendly atmosphere.

  2. Taking orders: Listening to customers' drink preferences, recommending options if requested, and accurately recording orders.

  3. Mixing and serving drinks: Preparing cocktails, pouring beers, and serving other beverages according to customers' preferences and standard recipes.

  4. Maintaining cleanliness: Keeping the bar area clean and organized, including wiping down counters, cleaning glassware, and disposing of empty bottles and trash.

  5. Monitoring inventory: Keeping track of stock levels for beverages, garnishes, and other supplies, and informing management when items need to be restocked.

  6. Handling payments: Accepting cash and card payments for drinks, processing transactions accurately, and providing customers with receipts.

  7. Providing customer service: Interacting with customers, answering questions about the menu or specials, and addressing any concerns or complaints in a professional manner.

  8. Following safety protocols: Adhering to safety and health regulations, such as proper handling of alcohol, maintaining cleanliness standards, and ensuring guest safety.

  9. Collaborating with colleagues: Working closely with other bar staff, including bartenders, barbacks, and servers, to ensure smooth operations and excellent customer service.

  10. Upselling: Suggesting additional drinks or menu items to enhance the customer experience and increase sales.

Overall, a bar waiter plays a vital role in providing customers with a positive and enjoyable experience at the bar while contributing to the efficient operation of the establishment.