Cafe Bar Service: Home

A selection of excellent Restaurant, Wine and Bar Service resources to help you with your studies.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Cafe Bar Service Subject Guide.  A selection of resources have been hand selected for you to use to aid you with your studies.  If you have any questions at all please contact the library.

Useful subject locations

Subject location Subject headings
TP548 General works on wine and wine making
TP559.N5 New Zealand wines
TX1 - 1110 Home economics
TX681 -  Cooking processes
TX817.C6 Coffee
TX907 Hospitality Industry
TX925 Dinning room service, Table service, Wine service
TX943 Food service
TX951 Bartenders manuals and recipes

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