Traditional Mobile Bar Cart

The ‘Bar cart no. One’ is hand made in New England. The material from which the ‘Bar cart no. One’ is being made is black walnut from the north of America.It is perfect made for parties, where you can use the ‘Bar cart no. One’ for transporting strong spirits to the guests. The design comes in two variants: the first one you can use to deposit all of your drinks and fruits you use to make cocktails or stuff, and the second one has everything the first one has, plus one ice bucket. It is composed of three shelves.

The first shelve  you can use to deposit your cocktail glasses, the second one used to deposit your spirits and the last one is the most used one (here the bartender or waiter is mixing the cocktails, cuts the fruits and pours the alcohol in the glasses). You can easily transport your drinks with the help of the wheels. The ‘Bar cart no. One’ looks very classic and I think it is suitable to a more sophisticated group of people, like kings and stuff.

The dimensions for the normal bar cart are 42w x 24d x 39h, and the ones for the bucket of ice are 52w x 24d x 43h.  This perfect bar kit will make your guests jealous when you will do some bartender tricks. You will look like a real professional.  It can also be used in classic restaurants.The price available on request.



Published by in Kitchen, on March 27th, 2012

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