Cocktails & Spirits

Girls Gone Wild To Film at Shaka Jons in Miami Beach: Bartenders Wanted

Girls Gone Wild, the series and website devoted to showing wholesome college co-eds drunkenly stripping and making out with each other is coming to Miami Beach to film..and if you've got some mad bartending skills, you can be part of the action. If, however, you're a drunk co-ed willing to strip for the camera - sorry. GGW actually supplies their own girls.

Though no filming date is set, the show has chosen Shaka Jons Tiki Bar at the Castle Beach Club Hotel in Miami Beach for their Miami Beach location. The bar is located poolside -- perfect to film well-oiled girls doing tequila body shots off each other.

Here's where you come in.

Shaka Jons' owner, Rob Cvetkovski is

looking for a few professional bartenders and event coordinators with

plenty of experience for the tiki bar. The gigs aren't just for the

taping of the show -- Cvetkovski is looking to hire long-term employees. 



Bartenders should be knowledgeable in creating new signature cocktails and event coordinators should have previous experience.

Cvetkovski

owns another Shaka Jons in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea and plans to open

several more bars in Miami Beach in the near future. Shaka Jons features

two-for-one happy hours and reduced parking for customers. 

To apply for either position, email a resume to shakajons@gmail.com. 

Shaka Jons Tiki Bar, Castle Beach Club Hotel, 5445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
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