Glass is a great surfacing material to use in restaurants interiors. With a high-end look that is easy to maintain and limitless in its customization options, glass can also add useful features to the interior of a restaurant while adding function, reduced maintenance and good looks for years to come. Glass comes in so many varieties: tinted, back-painted, mirrored, acid etched, and even clear that you’re sure to find a type that can enhance the interior for any restaurant or food service environment.
Below are 5 Ways To Sharpen Your Lust For Glass in Restaurants:
1) Specials Boards in Restaurants:
Being able to erase dry erase, wet erase and chalk markers from the surface makes glass the perfect message board for writing specials, messages, and other information for patrons. The one shown above was made out of tinted gray for a semi-translucent effect. It’s hung using standoffs with the glass fabricated with holes to accommodate the hardware.
2) Table Toppers in Restaurants:
This is one of the most practical uses of glass in restaurants,…as a table topper to protect the wood or metal table underneath. A thin, tempered piece can be back painted any color so that it enhances the restaurants branded color scheme as linens would but doesn’t need to be replaced after each patron. Spills, drips, and splatters can be easily cleaned up and it will look good as new for the next customer. We’ve also seen clear glass table toppers used over fine linens, and that’s a good way to prevent having to do a ton of laundry.
3) Prep Area Feature Wall in Restaurants:
A wall of color glass in a prep area draws attention to where all the action happens and provides a surface that is easy to clean at the end of the night. With the ability to be any custom color, it can create a beautiful way to draw customers in.
4) BarTops in Restaurants:
A bar top using acid etched glass can create sultry backlit bars that can enhance a mood in the restaurants or lounge. Easy to keep clean, and with a surface that won’t wash off, acid etched also resists finger prints so servers can focus on simply serving the customer.
5) Glassware Walls in Restaurants:
Like the bar tops, when an acid etched glass is backlit, it can create a mood that invigorates patrons and enhances the environment. The way the light plays, not only through the acid etched glass but through the glassware and colored liquids in bottles creates a cool vibe that can enhance the brand.
But there are so much more ways to use glass in restaurants and food service design! What are your favorite ways you’ve used glass in restaurants interiors?If you have any inquiry or require free advice and estimate for your glass & mirror need, then contact us by phone +1 718 832 3604, email Sales@BearGlass.com