Restaurant booths are not just a comfortable place to sit but are also a novel addition to your venue. Booth seating is effective for dining spaces that cannot accommodate a lot of restaurant tables and chairs. Because they are thought to be the most cost-effective and space efficient way to design and add comfort to your dining room, dining booths are increasingly becoming a necessity. In addition to offering a space saving and comfortable booth seating solution, booths are aesthetically pleasing and allow for privacy among diners. However, booth seating is incomplete without the right restaurant table.
Booth Table Seating Guide 2021 - Tips, Sizing Chart, Materials & Layout
Booth Seating Logistics
Measuring your space and layout is foremost for planning the addition of restaurant booths. You need to familiarize with the different types and sizes of booths. You also need to determine how much space you currently have to see how if/how many/which type of dining booths you can fit.
Once you’ve measured your space, you can decide which restaurant booth is right for you. Most of our restaurant booths can be custom made to any dimension, style and material of your choice but the following designs and sizes are standard among our booths:
Dimensions of all these booths vary so having the correct booth specifications, precise measurements and right style for your booth table is crucial for ensuring efficient seating and table turnover.
What is a Booth Table?
A booth table is a restaurant table that is specifically used in conjunction with a restaurant booth. Rectangular table tops are commonly used as booth tables as they fit best with booths.
Booth table tops with a corner cut off at a 40 degree angle can fit around ½ and ¾ circle booths. This booth seating arrangement allows easy access to seats and efficient service.
Booth Table Type and Material
Solid wood and laminate are the most used materials for booth tables. Laminate is a popular choice as this material is resistant to heavy use and easy to clean. Laminate tables are comparatively cheaper than solid wood table and are more suitable for the environment they are used in. Although laminate differs by material, color and edge type. Countless options are available by Formica and Wilson Art. 5 most available edge types are:
Solid wood may be more expensive but this material adds warmth and gives your tables a more upscale look. The hardwoods we for solid wood booth tables are butcher block and plank.
Table and Booth Sizing
To further guide you in your booth spacing seating layout plans, these simple rules should be noted:
|Booth Type||Table Top size||Recommended Table Base|
|Standard Booths – 48” Long||30” x 48” or 24” x 48”||22” x 30” X Prong or 22” Round|
|Deuce Booths – 24” Long||30” x 30” or 24” x 30”||22” x 32” X Prong or 17” Round|
|½ Circle Booth – Length: 48” x 96” x 48”||30” x 48” with Corner Cut||22” x 30” X Prong or 22” Round|
|¾ circle booth – Length: 48” x 96” x 96” x 48”||48” x 48” with Corner Cut||30” Round|