When purchasing restaurant booths, commercial bar stools, commercial chairs and restaurant tables, pay careful consideration to their height. Restaurant bar stools and chairs come in different heights, but generally most are considered either dining height or bar height.
There’s no doubt that restaurants, hotels, delis and casinos experience high customer traffic that can leave their furniture exposed to serious wear and tear — even permanent damage. That’s why taking the time to maintain hospitality furniture will keep it in great shape, extend its life and reduce overall costs. Here are three great tips […]
Would you like to sit at a table or a booth? Everybody’s heard this question before from the restaurant staff, when dining at a restaurant that offers both table and booth seating. This poses the question: why do people prefer one type of restaurant seating over another?
Missouri Table and Chair has been manufacturing and selling commercial butcher block restaurant tables since 1978. Their sales representatives are extremely knowledgeable about all aspects and options in restaurant butcher block tables and are happy to speak with customers who have any questions or would like more information.
Spring has arrived and the weather has turned gorgeous, meaning people are spending much more time outdoors. For restaurants, this means more and more customers will request outdoor seating on restaurant patios, when available.