A Starbucks barista was fired after a song he wrote ranting about the chain went viral.
In his book, he tells his riches to rags story that led to him becoming a barista at the ubiquitous coffee chain.
“We were recently in a coffee shop and the barista said they recognized us,” he says.
So does the barista at Starbucks, and the checkout clerk at Whole Foods.
Has your friend, colleague, acquaintance, or barista “invited you to connect”?
The news came from a Starbucks barista in Miami Beach as she ran up to the counter and screamed, “Michael Jackson is dead!”
At Glassdoor.com, the employee-review site, workers noted that “barista” jobs at Cosi pay between $8 and $10 an hour.
From mochaccino to Mary Jane, from jitter juice to joint, from java to ganja, say bye-bye barista, hello pot-ista.
Your HR person is as likely to be as pierced as your barista.
a person who works at the counter of a coffee shop; a coffee bar server
He plans to become a barista at Starbucks.
"bartender in a coffee shop," as a purely English word in use by 1992, from Italian, where it is said to derive ultimately from the English bar (n.2), as borrowed into Italian. The word is of generic gender and may be applied with equal accuracy to women and men (it is said that the typical barista in Italy is a man).