10 Telltale Signs You Work in Hospitality, According to Reddit Bartenders

Anyone who has spent time behind the stick is familiar with the pitfalls of bartending. From annoyances like customers complaining about prices to stiffed tips, it can be a difficult profession, especially when dealing with unruly guests. But there’s one type of guest bartenders typically enjoy serving: fellow hospitality workers. But how do they know they’re serving another industry pro?

That exact question was recently posed on popular subreddit r/bartenders, and bartenders happily shared the first signs that let them know they’re tending to another service worker. The original poster, user Procrastinate92, claims they can tell simply by the way a guest carries empty glasses back to the bar, as industry workers tend to have unmatched finger-strength and dexterity.

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