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Annaliese, San Antonio
May 2022

Annaliese, San Antonio

Annaliese, San Antonio

Annaliese is a hard worker, go getter, and all around crazy party girl!

Hometown: San Diego, California

What’s the most fun about your job at Coyote Ugly?
I think the most fun working at Coyote is getting to be myself and getting to use it in my work ethic. I’ve never had a job where my main goal is to make sure people have the best time of their lives, and I absolutely love it! 

What makes you a good Coyote?
I love interacting with people, and I do not care if I do something embarrassing because I love making people laugh!

How long have you been a bartender?
I’ve been a bartender for about four years now. I knew I wanted to be one the second I stepped into the restaurant business!

What do you like to do on your off time?
My off time is dedicated to mostly school. I am studying for my degree in psychology! If I’m not doing assignments, I’m playing video games!

What is your favorite type of music?
Music is a hard one! But I end up listening to a lot of pop-punk or oldies! A little old lady raised me, so oldies will always hold a place in my heart!

Do you think the movie is anything like the real thing?
Funny story! I applied to Coyote without knowing what it really was and didn’t even know about the movie, but I was absolutely in love when I saw the girls and the bar! The more I worked, I could see the similarities, but again, we can’t just willy-nilly light a bar on fire!

Why should a potential customer come and visit you?
I love when customers come back to see me. I love making that personal connection with people. I want them to come to see me because they know I’m here to party, talk, listen, and get them some incredible drinks!

Do you have any advice for women who want to be a Coyote?
Please never doubt yourself and remember the badass you are! I was incredibly nervous at my interview and thought, “Why would someone want me?” My management saw the potential and really took me out of my shell and grew me into the Coyote I am today.