Bottle Service. It’s a true VIP moment, and when you order a bottle of Rémy Martin, you’re looking to make your night a little more interesting. Whether it’s the way you go out every weekend or a it’s your first time, you need to know that ordering bottle service in a sophisticated way comes with some guidelines.
LOOKING COOL DOES NOT MEAN RUDE:
The club staff will be giving you and your friends a lot of attention, but that doesn’t give you the right to treat them poorly. Too many people seem to confuse being cool with being arrogant, and acting impolite to the staff is one of the quickest ways to turn off any new “friends” you may have made that night. If you take care of the staff, they will take care of you.
LET THE HOSTESS POUR YOUR DRINKS:
True luxury comes from enjoying the experience of it all. The quickest way to look like you don’t belong there is to pour your own drinks. The temptation will be strong to mix a cocktail yourself, but you can wait a few moments until the hostess returns.
This goes without saying but enjoying your night doesn’t mean that you can’t be responsible. So make sure you don’t overindulge, call a taxi instead of driving, and make sure everyone you were out with gets to their destination safe and sound.
SOME EXTRA TIPS:
These are all self-explanatory and shouldn’t require further elaboration. If you need to know why this stuff applies, then you probably shouldn’t get bottle service:
Don’t stand on your table
Tip your hostess