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Published On: Fri, Oct 1st, 2021

Building a Modern Patio Design for Your Restaurant

The time has come for alfresco breakfasts, relaxed work lunches, and romantic dinners with your significant other. Sure, your culinary expertise is on display with your revised warm-weather menu, and your summer libations list is extensive, but is your outside environment comfortable and welcoming? Do your guests come back again and again? Prepare to be inspired if your commercial patio furniture may use a facelift in preparation for the busy days ahead.

In the process of removing your patio tables and chairs from storage and rearranging them for the season, you may notice some old or outdated features or styles that need to be refreshed. Before you start putting up the umbrellas and seating patio visitors, take a look at these improvements and freshen your decor.

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Make your pathways pleasant

You have considered broad corridors, even ground surfaces, and handrails adjacent to stairwells, but have you given any attention to where your seats will be located? Before the lunch begins, lead visitors through vibrant planters, beautiful views, and water elements to create a great first impression.

Create an entertainment lounge for your guests

When all of the tables on the reservation list are taken, provide a comfortable outside place for visitors to rest while they wait for a table to become available. We adore the notion of grouping sofas and chairs under contemporary shade sculptures to create a relaxed, living room atmosphere that is both stylish and functional. On weekends, employ a guitarist or a violinist to add another layer of ambience to the proceedings. When the evenings become chilly, add a fire pit or some stylish space heaters to the mix.

Add a second patio bar for your guests

To create a more relaxed ambiance, provide a bar where visitors may get a drink while they wait to be seated or to unwind after dinner. Moving about the outside space stimulates conversation and allows diners to completely enjoy the beauty and comfort you’ve provided. Small sitting areas near the bar, such as private cabanas, are ideal for restaurants that conduct business meetings or group celebrations on a regular basis, according to the National Restaurant Association.

Feature spots for private seating

Make use of rock wall separators, big flower pots, live trees, or mowed grass patches to split groups of three or four tables for additional seclusion when designing your space. This provides the impression to customers that they are in a more intimate cafe-style institution. At dinner time, this will certainly draw couples, as well as others seeking to get away from busy downtown eateries and enjoy a refreshing view of Mother Nature’s splendor.

Be prepared for sudden changes in the weather

Whether the sun becomes a little too hot or a summer thunderstorm rolls in, be prepared to provide cover so that visitors can comfortably enjoy their meals and beverages. Unobstructed vistas across dining tables are provided by cantilever umbrellas, which also provide shelter from the weather. A heating element hidden inside each umbrella may be an option if your restaurant is located in a location with a wide range of temperatures. This will give targeted warmth exactly where it is required.

Conclusion

Developing an idea for your restaurant should be one of your first steps in starting up your business. This should contain information about the sort of cuisine you will offer as well as the overall design of the event. You may include your corner, rooftop, streetside, waterfront, or open-air location into your commercial patio’s distinctive design without sacrificing functionality. Maintaining the comfort and safety of your guests should be your first concern while you upgrade your modern patio design.

Author: Michelle Salinger

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