Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQs). 

Frequently asked questions (faq)

Just The FAQs!

Give us a call! We’re chill and would love to talk with you about our program.

951-371-6342
Monday-Thursday 1 PM - 8 PM and Friday-Saturday 11 AM - 4 PM
Yes, we bartend On Fridays and Saturdays so we close early.
Sundays we are closed.
Call anytime, you can leave us a voicemail if we are unable to answer.

Students can get enrolled and started six days a week Monday through Saturday.

Learn more about our Bartending Classes.

Riverside Bartending School's endorsement is recognized throughout the United States of America.

Our students must be 18-years-old.

No, however, students may take advantage of our lifetime refresher courses to stay up-to-date with their skills any time they feel their skills need fine-tuning.

 

*(Does not apply to ServSafe)

 

The school is a lifetime school and you are welcome to resume where you left off.

Bartenders usually make minimum wage plus tips. The National Restaurant Association estimates a bartender can earn between $40,000 and $80,000 per year with wages and salary.

People drink!!! Especially in rough economic times. Bartending is a recession-proof career.

No, it is illegal for any school to promise a job to a student. However, we will work with you until you find employment. Our staff is unsurpassed in helping people find jobs!

We offer in-house financing to meet almost anyone’s budget. Please call 951-371-6342 for details.

Once you graduate from Riverside Bartending School, you can use any of our 100 affiliate schools.

Yes. With military identification, you will receive a 20% discount.

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