Perfect Pairings for Fine Dining

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Fine dining is all about the details. From the food to the ambiance, fine dining patrons sit for an average of 45-90 minutes. Meaning, every aspect of their visit should contribute to the high-end feel.

Fine dining furniture should provide a combination of luxury and comfort. Providing that experience means pairing the right chair with the right application and finish. Check out the perfect pairings that will offer the ultimate fine dining experience.

Modern Sophistication

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Taking modern sophistication to a whole new level (71 floors above to be exact), our Merano Armchair is perfectly perched high above the city of Los Angeles in a stately, uber sophisticated restaurant.   We love how Merano’s solid Beech frame looks with a dark stain. For even more sophistication, try Merano in American Walnut.

Iconic Class


With bends and luxe curves, enter the Bentwood Collection. Each model offers its own, unique vibe. When paired with an upholstered bench, the Bentwood No. 30 can add just the right amount of iconic class to modern luxury. Go modern with an all-white finish or use a dark finish with an upholstered seat and back to complete the look.

 Luxurious Comfort


At Sarto’s Italian Eatery in Denver, our Cara Barstool uses a Beech frame with an upholstered seat and back for maximum comfort. Sarto’s chose a custom gray finish, but since many fine dining restaurants choose richer, warmer tones, a Storm or Beetroot finish would also be an elegant choice.


When you step away from the bar at Sarto’s, you’ll find our wood Melissa Chair, combining comfort and class with it’s high back and upholstered seat.

While these chairs and stools all scream luxury, it’s not only their fine-dining look that makes them appealing, it’s their versatility. Each chair pairs perfectly with our Spartan, Brady, Rambo, or Dylan Communal Table. Pick a combo, choose your ideal finish, and give your customers a perfect fine-dining experience.

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