"I want people to know that bottle service is not the same as working at a restaurant. We make what lawyers make. We just work less hours. People are always like, 'I feel so bad you work in customer service,' but actually, we make bank, and we can pay for all of our own stuff, we’re independent, and we’re really self-sufficient. We have the freedom to pursue all of our other dreams. It’s such a blessing." - Jaime, Hollywood Bottle Service Girl
In celebrating "L.A. Week" on food blog First We Feast, a handful of the most talented bottle service girls in Hollywood share their trade secrets and the realities of taking care of VIP clients in one of the most-hyped environments in the world. Surprisingly though, their stories are not bitter or miserable, and you just may learn a thing or two.
THERE ARE A TON OF CELEBRITIES THAT COME THROUGH HERE, BUT HOW DO THEY TIP?
Maria: Celebrities can be cheap. I’ve had a major, major singer tell me, “Oh, just keep bringing me champagne all night.” And we actually give them free champagne, whatever they want. So I kept bringing it to him, and he told me, “I’ll take really good care of you.” So I’m thinking he’s going to give me, like, a thousand dollars…HE GIVES ME $200! Are you kidding with this?! via
IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU’RE SAYING THERE ARE MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE JOB AND WHO YOU ARE.
Maria: And number one thing: they all think we’re escorts. Which is, like, really bad.
Amy: We like to stay home, we like Chinese takeout on Sunday nights, we’re not at the club trying to, you know… via
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(Source: First We Feast)