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High-quality restaurant furniture makes any bar, casual diner, or high-end eating establishment relaxing for guests. From round tables that encourage conversations to tall bar stools and tables that keep it casual, there's a lot to consider when selecting a restaurant furniture set. Important factors include material, color, and size. Read More

Restaurant table options for style and comfort

Having a mix of restaurant table options that seat pairs, families, and large crowds allows you to accommodate any size group that comes in, providing comfort for everyone. After choosing table style, decide what shape and material best suits the decor. Square selections are efficient for small parties of three and four, and round choices let diners add people to their groups.

Let diners relax with the right restaurant chairs

When diners go out to eat, they want to feel like they're taking a break from daily life, and your choice of restaurant furniture plays a big part in providing that break. Ideally, dining chairs should provide support and comfort through short and long meals. Most restaurant chair models do not have arms, which saves space and lets establishments fit more at each table. This type of seating also stacks well for easy storage. There are some armed versions available, and many of these options are suitable for outdoor dining settings.

Choosing the right combination of materials is important. Seating should offer enough padding to keep guests comfortable, but they should also feature easy-to-clean materials. There are several choices to consider.

  • Wood
  • Aluminum
  • Plastic
  • Laminate
  • Vinyl upholstery
  • Leather
  • Faux leather upholstery

Pub and restaurant furniture options

When shopping for a pub or bar, furniture options vary. This type of furniture tends to be more casual. Tables are often smaller to accommodate easier conversations across them while surrounded by louder volumes. While pub tables should still be large enough to hold food, they don't need to fit multiple full meals like typical restaurant eating surfaces. Some bars use standard restaurant furniture sets, but many use tall tables and backless stools. Most pub chair options are lightweight, letting restaurant owners easily change their setups for sporting events and other special occasions that draw in crowds.

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