when it comes to great cafe furniture, one of the main attributes is that it’s sufficiently versatile to allow you to change or adjust your seating as the needs of your business dictates. Flexible cafe furniture allows you to do just this without compromise and this is exactly what the dry bar table can offer.
So what exactly is a dry bar table anyway?
Dry bar tables are so called because they were initially designed as an accompaniment to a bar to store all the dry goods such as condiments, plates, napkins, cutlery, and menus. Gradually over time the dry bar table has moved away from being an accessory to a bar and is now a table in it’s own right.
So how can it be used to enhance your cafe?
Dry bar tables are both round and of course bar height. As such, they make a perfect table to accompany either barstools or standing customers. Ultimately this is ideal for busy venues that need to add more tables because (A) they don’t take up a lot of space and (B) they can easily be placed in corner areas, or snugs, where a standard table can’t go. In doing so, you have the immediate ability to maximise your seating and increase your bottom line profits.
What’s more, many modern day dry bar tables are weatherproof so they can be used both inside and out. Therefore for cafe owners with outside spaces, it’s easy to throw a few dry bar tables in amongst your outdoor seating to make the most of your space. Moreover, for those with a tiny pavement area, dry bar tables make the perfect solution as crowds can gather and rest their drinks without the need for seating.
The popularity of dry bar tables means that they’re now available in a wide variety of materials, textures, and shades. These range from warming timbers which are perfect for that rustic feel, through to marble or stone lookalikes that can help to embellish any theme, design, or style.
To find out more about dry bar tables and indeed any other type of cafe table, contact CDG Furniture.