How Dry Bar Tables Can Benefit Your Cafe

If you don’t have any dry bar tables in your cafe then you could potentially be missing out on extra customers and increased revenue. Dry bar tables stand tall and lofty above standard cafe tables and can be used either as an extension to your counter – somewhere to place cutlery and condiments etc or they can be used as stand-alone tables in their own right. Let’s take a look at how they could benefit your cafe.

Fits into awkward spaces

Let’s face it, not many cafe dining spaces are a perfect rectangle. Often there are recesses and awkward shapes where it can be difficult, if not impossible, to place a standard cafe table with chairs around it. Dry bar tables willl slot easily into corners or recesses and can be used simply for customers to place down their drinks while standing enjoying a quick drink.

Frees up larger tables

Dry bar tables allow you to take advantage of their compact size to cater for solo diners or couples without them occupying a table that can seat 4. By providing a variety of small tables not only are you maximising your floor space but also creating a smaller, more intimate space for those looking to tuck themselves away in a corner with a newspaper and mug of coffee.

Creates a buzz

As a cafe owner it makes sense to utilise any spare outdor space you might have to attract passers- by and get more bums on seats. Dry bar tables are perfect for placing on pavement areas or small terraces and can be accompanied by bar stools which take up less space than chairs. People love dining alfresco, sitting watching the world go by, so what better way of taking the weight off their feet, than sitting outside with a cup of coffee or a glass of something long and cool. What’s more, several people sitting outside your cafe chatting amongst thmseves creates a buzz which others want to be part of.

Adds visual interest

Because dry bar tables are taller than other tables in your venue they’re great for creating more visual interest. Perhaps you could use them to line a window wall. Customers love to have a great vantage point while enjoying their food and drink, and being able to look out of the window, does just this.

At less than $100 for a round or square 600mm bar table, it’s a relatively small investment which will quickly pay for itself thanks to you being able to cater for more people and increase your turnover. Are you ready to shop dry bar tables?

Chris

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