A bar is a common feature of many full-service restaurants and hotels. It is an ideal and comfortable place where customers can drink, eat, wait for their dinner companions or wait to be seated. The size, style and theme of a bar is often determined based on the size of the space, the decor of the restaurant and the personal preference of the owner. Therefore, the type of bar supplies and equipment that will be required for setting up a bar will vary depending on the requirements of the establishment.
Whether you are opening a bar/restaurant from scratch or redesigning an existing space, ensuring the bar area is ergonomically set up to maximize the efficiency of the people working behind it, along with the aesthetics and functionality of the people you will be serving, is important.
We are proud to carry brands from vendors who have earned sterling reputations over many years for producing the best hospitality industry equipment and supplies. We’re dedicated to a long-term relationship with each and every customer we serve, and that won’t happen if we sell products that don’t last.
Starting a new business is challenging, and the restaurant, bar, and nightclub business always ranks near the top for fast exits. We talk with people in the restaurant biz every day, and we go out to eat a lot. Sometimes it’s the common sense things that trip people up, they just don’t think about them, but they are very, very important to getting through that first year and making it.
It used to be a lot easier to be a bartender in America. For decades, the popular drinks stayed pretty constant: Martini, Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Whiskey Sour, and a few different “highballs” that were easy to make. Today it seems like there’s a new cocktail every day!