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Sunday, March 14th, 2010

Links to popular and best selling furniture products on our main web site. Promotional pricing and specials on granite restaurant tables, wood tables, quick ship tables, restaurant table bases, outdoor seating, bar stools, restaurant chairs, restaurant booths, waste receptacles, lounge chairs and cafeteria seating. Restaurant Furniture Promotional Pricing page is updated at least once weekly.

Granite Restaurant Tables

Granite Restaurant Tables

Granite Restaurant Table Tops 2010 PROMOTIONAL Pricing
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Restaurant Tables What Size Do You Need? #1

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

The drawing below offers some basic guidelines for restaurant and cafeteria table capacities.

Seating capacities are based on standard chair sizes.

If large, swiveling or castered chairs are used, adjust accordingly.

Restaurant Table Layout Drawings (Click Image To Enlarge)

Restaurant Table Layout Drawings (Click Image To Enlarge)

Having the right combination of sizes of tables in a restaurant can decrease wait time for customers and can maximize seating capacity and profit.
Use small tables in small restaurants and then combine them to accommodate larger parties. Be aware that combining tables may cause some temporary seating capacity loss (e.g. two 4-person tables combined to seat only six customers).

Try to avoid using large dedicated tables (eight-person or larger) in small restaurants. This will help to save space and seating capacity.

Using some large seating capacity tables in larger restaurants creates “special” areas. Using a few large tables also helps to break up the space and enhances overall ambiance and reduces customer discomfort caused by crowding many small tables into a large space. In larger restaurants there will often be sufficient numbers of large parties to offset the seating capacity loss caused by large size restaurant tables.

Restaurant Booths Space Requirements # 1

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

The standard, customary “booth opening” size (the amount of space required for each complete booth arrangement of seats and table top) is usually 72″.

Restaurant Booths Space Requirement

Restaurant Booths Space Requirement

However, restaurant booth space requirements are largely determined by the width of the table top. For example, if your restaurant’s menu and food service style ( like pizza, Asian or Mexican food) require more than a standard 30″ wide table top you may need to plan for more booth opening space.  Conversely, if yours is a fast food establishment, coffee shop or an employee breakroom a narrower table top width (like 24″) will result in a space savings of 6″ per booth opening compared to using a 30″ wide top.

You can view more drawings and general restaurant booth layout dimensions at our main web site.