Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2017

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5 0 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 7 2017 PRODUCT GUIDE Adjustable Table Bases Adjustable table bases from Maxsun work well for a vari- ety of bar and restaurant applications. Extremely sturdy and durable, they're made of heavy-duty metal with a stainless steel finish. The bases are available in two height ranges: 17 to 27½ inches and 29 to 43 inches. Base size options are 18-by-18-inch or 20-inch rounds. Assembly is quick and easy. Maxsun Group Wood or Laminate Communal Table The Dylan communal table from Grand Rapids Chair is available in solid wood or laminate. It features an innovative metal bracket design that creates a beautiful solution to mitered corners while adding strength as well as room for a personalized pop of color. Dylan is also fitted with USB and electrical outlets, ideal for tech- friendly dining spaces and offices. Grand Rapids Chair Company Portable Live Cooking Station The sleek lines and clean-cut architecture of Ramler's Live Cooking Station offer portable and modular flexibility. Inter- changeable panels with a stainless steel protective trim offer a choice of presentation and live cooking options. Easy to set up, the station features a powerful induction cooker and safe warming station with intuitive controls that sit between heat-resistant, compact laminate bench tops. Available with or without a utility shelf, the station displays fresh food while allowing chefs to showcase their skills. Ramler International Contemporary Banquet Seating New Couture De Light banquet chairs from Shelby Williams feature a contemporary design with exceptional durability and comfort. Aluminum construction makes the chairs durable yet lightweight for easy movability and creates clean, architectural lines. Tapered legs lend an upscale look and make for easy stacking. Features include a powder-coated frame, and double umbrella glides. Aluminum frames are 100 percent recyclable. Shelby Williams

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