Your bar or restaurant’s outdoor furniture could vary greatly depending on your guest’s needs. For example, a patio with Adirondack chairs and side tables will encourage guests to relax over a glass of wine, but isn’t appropriate for a full meal. And full-size tables will waste a lot of valuable patio space if your bar or winery doesn’t serve food.
Your outdoor furniture should always work with your restaurant interior. There are plenty of colors and style available, from brightly colored poly lumber to natural teak.
No matter the style, outdoor furniture should always be weather and rot-resistant and heavy enough to withstand high wind. Make sure your furniture can all hold up to the elements while providing beauty and function to your outdoor deck or patio.