A bar manager is in charge of the operation of a bar. From ordering stock to hiring employees, securing a client base, and dealing with customer complaints, they do a lot. They arrange the liquor license as well, and make sure the staff is not doing anything against regulations.
A bar manager at the top of his/her or her game will maintain a great relationship with regulars and create a tantalizing reputation of the place as the happening hot spot. They will train their staff often and thoroughly and set an example of properly done work. They will never slack on checking inventory and change up available drinks to always keep a fresh repertoire. Being vigilant is also key if you do not want to lose money on spilled alcohol or free drinks, not to mention employees with sticky fingers.
Being a bar manager is not a job where you can just sit back and watch the money roll in. You will have a lot of headaches dealing with inebriated or overly chatty customers, double or incomplete orders, and long hours. But being a bar manager is not just a job. It is a lifestyle you put your entire personality into, and this is something any bar manager would vouch for.