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Espresso & Espresso Bars

Countless men and women work at espresso bars and coffee houses all over the country. These baristas deal with a good variety of mocha cappuccinos, Italian sodas, house blend beans for roasted coffee, and bakery goods. Although this can be a very hectic and demanding line of work at times, it can also be quite exciting. In this business, you can certainly expect to work with commercial grade espresso machines, whole bean grinder equipment, freshly roasted coffee beans, low fat creams, and various tea beverages. Since there are coffee shops and espresso bars located all over the United States, there are a number of employment opportunities for baristas in this business.

As you may know, some major coffee houses are based out of the Seattle area. Over the past couple decades, millions of people have been regulating espresso bars and coffee shops in order to get a daily cappuccino or iced mocha latte, and read a book. In this line of work, you will need to be prepared when it comes to making all kinds of java beverages. Therefore you will have to undergo some initial training when you become a barista. On a daily basis, you will be handling espresso machine equipment, filters, hot water, baked goods, and snack products. This is all part of the job, and the morning hours can be the busiest.

Any time you work for an espresso bar of coffee shop, you can expect to deal with all kinds of people. Some of these patrons will be regulars that you see daily.

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2141 Hilltop Dr, Redding, CA 96002
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You can find espresso shops or bars near you by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings. When choosing an espresso bar or shop, narrow your search down to bars near you that offer the coffee and espresso you want at prices that won't break the bank. Choose a few espresso bars and contact each for hours, price ranges, location, specialty, and bakery information. Look for ones that are along your route to work or school for added convenience. Inquire if the espresso bar sells anything other than coffee, such as Italian espresso, tea, cappuccino, hot cocoa, chocolate, drinks, biscotti, muffins, cream, low fat items, water, iced tea, beverages, and a variety of baked goods. Types of espresso may vary and can include espresso brew, Italian roast, house roast, fresh roast, gourmet blend, decaf, spice, and whole bean. Some espresso bars may even sell commercial equipment and commercial supplies such as coffee grinder machines, espresso machines, filters, recipe books, and other products. Do your research online to compare brands, prices, menu items, baristas, location, and reputation. Get all the information you can on proper espresso preparation and health code guidelines. You can also view customer reviews on various espresso bars and shops in your area. Consider how long the bar has been in business, and check out the store's physical location. Is the building clean and well maintained? Are baristas courteous and professional, reflecting a positive business attitude? How well does the espresso bar perform at peak times, such as first thing in the morning? Inquire if the shop is part of a local, national, or international base chain. Ask about any nightlife, such as local bands. In your search for a quality espresso bar, ask friends and family which ones they frequent.