All of these delicious drinks were created by incredible female bartenders!
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Bartending was a natural fit for Jacyara de Oliveira, as she saw many of her family members find success in the industry, and has since achieved many accolades herself. A proud Chicagoan, Jacyara is always looking for ways to infuse her Brazilian background with Midwest flavors and shows an incredible passion for taking care of guests while doing so.
Natalie Jacob has been in the service industry for 13+ years. Her experience working in various classic cocktail forward establishments in NYC led her to where she is today, behind the bar at Dutch Kills in Long Island City, NY. Her drinks have won several competitions and have been featured in the likes of Imbibe Magazine, The Village Voice, Business Insider, Edible Magazine, and Beverage Media. She attended F.I.T in NYC for Interior and Exhibition Design, which is where she gets her flair for close attention to detail, aesthetics, and craftsmanship. When she's not behind the bar you can find her at a flea market or on a historical walking tour.
Hailing from the south side of Chicago, Alexis Brown has been an industry professional for 4 years but her life's experience in hospitality gives her enough leverage to stand tall amongst the greats that the bar industry is producing. 10+ years in design, planning and event execution with Luminosity Chicago makes what she does exciting, fun and intuitive. She uses her passions to engage and educate the masses, while creating a platform to bring awareness about the history of the bar industry and shine a light on the disenfranchised and underrepresented of the hospitality industry through Causing A Stir.
It's easy to say that bartending isn't quite what Ronnie thought she'd end up pursuing but it's even easier to say that there couldn't have been a better fit. With a degree in Pre-Medicine and Biology, it seemed that white lab coats were on the horizon. However, after a few sips of what could only be described as fate, she's here to stay.