Bartending Services San Diego Adds Style With Custom Built Mobile Bar

Mobile bartending service offers a variety of service suitable for relaxed and formal occasions

San Diego, California, USA - April 16, 2019 / / —

Progressive Pours is pleased to announce it’s sliding scale of services to suit any event. Looking to make a birthday party extra special? How about a corporate Christmas party on the office grounds? When an event is expecting to serve alcohol, it’s crucial to choose a bartending service that is knowledgeable and serves with a smile.

Personable service is a top priority for Progressive Pours. When the team or member shows up to an event, it’s clear that they are there to entertain and make guests comfortable. After all, it's not just the ability to serve and pour that comes to a bartender. It’s the ability to read people, be open, and interact with anyone that makes a truly outstanding service.

Mobile bars can bring elegance and style to any event. Hiring a service that is on top of trends to provide a real bar experience helps bring an ambiance and expertise that may not be available in an ideal venue. Most homes are not set up with a bar area, and nor are office locations. Progressive Pours is guaranteed to liven up any event with professional, trendy bartending services San Diego.

Two packages are available to pair up with your event needs, as well as several add ons if they are needed. The Bubbles and Brew service that calls for beer and/or sparkling wine served from a custom bar setup. Wine shaped plastic cups, napkins, ice, setup, and trash removal are included as well as 4 hours of service. Need to serve something with a little twist? Freshen up with the Shake & Stir service for a remarkable cocktail experience. The service includes craft syrups, freshly squeezed fruit juices, mixers, garnishes, and ice to create the perfect cocktail. In addition to a server, the Shake & Stir also includes one barback.

Extra services available through Progressive Pours includes several services that have been added after servicing various events. The Tap The Keg service a way to instantaneously serve cold fizzy beer from a room temperature keg. The Old Fashion Experience is a way to upgrade this remarkable cocktail over a large ice cube that helps provide both a beautiful look and a slower rate of dilution. This can also be served with other like cocktails if Old Fashion will not do. Need to make a splash? Get some fruity flavors with the Fresh Juices add on that provides pineapple, orange, and grapefruit to the menu. The Flash Blender will aerate cocktails unlocking the authentic flavor of blended drinks such as pina coladas. Lastly, you can choose to have glassware rental tacked on to upgrade from plastic.

In need of an elegant bartending service? Consider Progressive Pours for any event held in the San Diego area. Additional details are available at https://www.progressivepours.com

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Goularte
Organization: Progressive Pours
Address: 3050 Rue D’Orleans Suite 243, San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: (619) 206-7247
Website: https://www.progressivepours.com

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