Judith has worked her butt off to be a strong, confident Coyote, and we couldn’t be more proud. Her bartending alone has improved faster than most. You must come see beautiful Judith in action!
What’s the most fun about your job at Coyote Ugly?
Honestly, the most fun thing about it is working with the amazing staff and being able to be a part of a phenomenal team. I would also have to say meeting our clients daily, being a part of their lives and not just “serving beer” but really giving them that Coyote experience and bringing joy to their lives makes it truly fulfilling.
How long have you been a bartender?
For roughly six months, starting with Coyote, and it truly has been a life changing experience.
What makes you a good Coyote?
You know, there’s a certain pride that comes with working at Coyote Ugly. You just can’t come in here and demand to be a Coyote, there is a process and certain qualifications to meet. To me, the standard is set pretty high and, if you are a Coyote, that means not only can you bartend, but that you can handle your own in the most rigorous of situations, from dancing to getting on the mic and really delivering that Coyote Experience.
What do you like to do in your off time?
During my off time, I love to spend time with my family, work out and go to school.
What is your favorite type of music?
Being a music lover, it’s hard to nail down a “favorite type.” It’s really how I’m feeling that day. One day I can be on a country binge listening to Sam Hunt and the next jamming out to hip hop with Rihanna or G-Eazy, or old school rock. At the end of the day, good music is good music.
Do you think the movie is anything like the real thing?
I think the movie is ok for getting your beak wet, but there is nothing better than the real thing. The Coyote Experience is a must for anyone that has yet to visit.
Why should a potential customer come and visit you?
2 words, Body Shot. If you think you can’t handle it, you probably can’t.
Do you have any advice for women who want to be a Coyote?
Yes, there is this really great quote by author and poet Solange Nicole, “A diamond doesn’t start out polished and shining. It once was nothing special, but with enough pressure and time, becomes spectacular. Be that diamond.”