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Restaurant Furniture Phoenix

Phoenix skyline

Phoenix, also known as the Valley of the Sun exudes of a desert character that cannot be conjured, landscaped, or illuminated by light bulbs. John Ford understood that as did Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis L’Amour. You will come to that understanding too after spending some time in Greater Phoenix. Listed as America’s fifth largest city, Phoenix has cowboys, red-rock buttes and the kind of cactuses as portrayed in cartoon shows. It rests in the heart of the Sonoran Desert and the gateway to the Grand Canyon. Rich in history, Phoenix is a testament to the spirit of visionaries, miners, Puebloans and ranchers.

As the backdrop of the Southwest, Phoenix is the perfect destination for family vacations, weekend adventures, and romantic getaways. The city receives over 16 million leisure visitors annually! As such doors of opportunities in the hospitality and food industry are wide open. With over three dozen luxurious resorts scattered throughout the Valley on top of the city’s booming population of 1,615,017 people, Phoenix has underwent an explosive restaurant renaissance over the years. From an exceptional dining scene in Scottsdale to an array of ethnic cuisines from nearby communities and by the border, Phoenix has put itself on the map in the past quarter century.

For over a decade, has facilitated in restaurant installations throughout Greater Phoenix. Whether this nationally reputable supplier has assisted with renovations at existing dining establishments or has simplified interior designs of hotels, they are never short in supply of high quality commercial grade furniture with a range of styles for every décor. They also help with furnishings for office rental spaces such as OfficCentric. Located on, 2730 West Agua Fria Fwy Ste, OffiCentric was in need of more tables to accommodate for customers renting their office space. They felt the premium construction of the solid wood plank table top was perfect for their office furnishing needs. The wood table top undergoes a seven stage staining process to ensure its durability. It can also be customized by size, shape and finish making it a popular choice among business owners operating a busy commercial environment.

Patio restaurant furniture

Situated in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood on 3433 N 56th street, Kitchen 56 is one of many acclaimed restaurants in that area. Serving American comfort food, the menu features burgers, sandwiches, salads and specialties like Ahi Teriyaki, Skillet pot Pie and Chicken Picatta. It’s no surprise that this eatery is a favorite spot among locals and visitors. Apart from good food, enjoying the scenic desert view can enhance one’s dining experience. To ensure that, the owner turned to in helping him find the right furniture for his patio. The felix woven rattan patio chairs, matching woven rattan bar stools, and aluminum and faux teak patio tables were all he needed to complete his outdoor seating.

Bar interior design

The Southwest by in large is legendary for their steakhouses. Barbecue invariably comes to mind when one thinks about the cuisine in that region. Especially in Arizona. Bobby-Q serves as an ambassador for the culinary culture in Phoenix. Bobby-Q is owned by a successful restaurateur with extensive knowledge and experience in the industry. Bob Sikora, the owner, opened his first restaurant at the ripe age of 20. Overtime, Sikora’s popularity grew to a point where he expanded his restaurant to 24 units stretching from Australia and Honolulu to Charlotte. He recently traveled across the United States searching for a great barbecue.

Revitalized and inspired by his trips, Sikora pursued a new endeavor to bring steaks along with an authentic barbecue experience to Phoenix. Thus the birth of Booby-Q was announced on 2005 and only grew from there. Because patrons frequent his steakhouse, Sikora decided that high quality seating for his high traffic business was very crucial. was not only able to help him find the seating he needed but also the design that would blend in with his décor. The school house wood restaurant chair was the answer. Made of solid wood, this chair is tested for strength by BIFMA to meet the highest standards of the commercial furniture industry.