Outdoor dining is still popular even though summer has been and gone. In some of the southern areas, outdoor dining will grow in the coming months. Most outdoor restaurant tables design include umbrella holes - let’s face it, no one wants to dine in full blaring sun. The alternative to umbrellas is to have a large marquee or an awning.
One of the benefits to using umbrellas is that, being individual (one to a table), they can be positioned to gain the best protection from the sun. Push up umbrellas also have the convenience of being quick and easy to set up and take down, they are easily stored, and come in a variety of colors, styles and sizes.
Umbrellas generally come in sizes of either 7′ or 9′ diameter. A range of colors are available so if you really want to dress up your outdoor dining, you can provide a sea of color - you don’t need to have every umbrella the same color.
Made with specially dyed acrylic fabrics, restaurant umbrellas are long wearing, easily maintained and easy to keep clean. Set up your tables with the umbrella in the down position - this will ensure a longer life for your umbrella. Once the sun is fully on your outdoor restaurant table, open up the umbrella. This will ensure the outdoor seats are in the shade and don’t scorch your patrons’ tail when they sit down.
Outdoor dining is profitable in many areas. Outdoor restaurant tables design often include umbrella holes - use them with an umbrella to protect your outdoor furniture, and to provide a comfortable dining experience for your patrons.