A Host Bar is simply explained as guests do not have pay for drinks. Guests can come to the bar as much as they like, while still upholding our responsibility to serve appropriately.
A no-host bar, means that guests will be responsible for paying for their own drinks the duration of the evening. Your responsibility is to book the bar (price varies dependent upon time). The bar then needs to meet a “minimum” purchase amount for the night. If that is not met, the difference is asked to be paid by the client.
The partial host bar can work well with a budget to possibly host a portion of the night. This may be hosting the cocktail hour, or the Champagne toast. All other times and beverages, guests will pay for their own drinks.
Every Menu Is To Each Occasion!
The Process, You’ve inquired!! What’s next?
•To book, we require a $300 deposit and signed contract.
•We offer a phone consultation prior to the booking process.
•One month prior to the event, your in-person meeting will take place. This meeting will include talking about all the details and finalizing everything!
Licensed in the State of Idaho
In having a license through the State of Idaho, we do have to uphold the rules in which allow us to maintain having this opportunity.
We will ID all guests at our discretion
There is no off-site or self bought alcohol allowed on the premise.
If cocktails are being consumed the day of, before the bar arrives. Clients must abide by the time agreed upon that the alcohol will stop being consumed and leave the building/event space at the appropriate time.
If over consumption is an issue, we will use our discretion to stop serving those guests at that time.
If any of the rules listed above, or in the contract are violated, the bar will close until those issues can be resolved.
Raising Our Bar strongly recommends hiring a day of, on-site coordinator to help the evening go as smoothly as desired. This person can help uphold the rules of the venue and bar service.