Bikini Barista to Open in Midtown: Now Hiring Barista Girls

It was bound to happen. The bikini barista fad is about to hit Miami. The most surprising tidbit about the announcement is the location.

According to a Craigslist post, Bikini Barista is a "professional coffee company" that's seeking "female bikini barista girls of all types and ethnicities" who are "friendly and outgoing."

See also: Hooters: Go for the Wings, Stay for the Double-D Entendres

Don't worry if you can't tell the difference between a macchiato and a latte, because no experience is necessary and there's an "easy training program." Apparently, the only requirement is that you look good in the uniform, which consists of a tasteful, sexy, and fashionable bikini.

Food shops with a side of sexy aren't new to South Florida. In 2013, Bikini Coffee Shop opened on Singer Island. Unfortunately, it closed a month later.

In 2011, Aphrodisiac Ice Cream truck hit Miami streets. The pink mobile sweet shop featured a stripper pole where employees danced in between scooping sundaes, and more recently, chef Ralph Pagano's Naked Taco features sexy roller girls.

The sexy restaurant with the most, um, staying power continues to be Hooters, where your wings come with a side of boobs.

If you're looking for a position at Bikini Barista, send a resumé, photo, and contact information to zh2qt-4492041920@job.craigslist.org. The company promises "great hourly and tips" along with "easygoing management and fun atmosphere."

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