Gathering tables, pub tables, and island tables are all trendy, but they can also be timeless when handmade by the Amish of solid wood.
Our pub and gathering tables are the perfect choice for your eat in kitchen, breakfast nook, or man cave. Their smaller footprint makes them ideal for a breakfast nook or small dining room. Amish crafted from solid wood, these bar top tables are built to endure.
- What is a pub or bar top table?
Bar top tables measure 42 inches tall, matching 30-inch bar stools. Bar tables are sometimes called pub tables, or gathering tables. Pub tables come in different shapes, such as square, round or rectangular. Common materials for pub tables and chairs include solid hardwood and metal.
- What is the standard height of a pub table?
Bar height tables, also known as pub tables, generally measure 42” inches tall. Despite the name, pub tables are the average for home bars and are not commonly used in actual bars or pubs. Bar tables are much closer to chest height and make for a more intimate setting where one can easily converse with even standing individuals from a near equal height. This makes them suitable for a more relaxed atmosphere and a modern or contemporary environment.
- What’s the difference between pub and counter height tables?
Bar height and countertop height tables can easily be mistaken one for the other. Counter height tables are usually 36” tall, and a pub or bar height table measures an elevated 42” tall. Bar height tables are always very casual by comparison with standard tables which tend to be more formal, whereas counter height tables mimic the height of kitchen islands and countertops. The taller bar-height tables and chairs or bar stools are best used for snacks and cocktails, while counter height is ideal for enjoying a meal and more long-term sitting.
Counter, bar, and gathering tables are perfect whether you are adding dining space to a kitchen, creating a breakfast nook, or creating a fun game room, Amish made bar and pub tables create a unique atmosphere. While counter and bar tables are similar, bar tables are 42 inches high while counter tables are 36 inches high. Their smaller size of bar top tables are perfect for intimate meals or drinks and conversation with two to four people. Some high tables also include drawers for convenient storage.