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Bar Carts

Blackened Steel Bar Cart

Do you need a new bar cart? One that holds a little more liquor perhaps? You could do a hell of a lot worse than this Blackened Steel Bar Cart by Brad Sherman. It’s oversized and suitably sophisticated; there’s nothing overly ornate or precious about it, so it’ll withstand a fair bit of use and still look good. Hitting just under 30″ in height, it can float behind the sofa or stand against a wall.

Purchase Information:

Price: $1,800.00
Available from: Food 52

Porter Bar Cart

When you entertain family and guests this holiday season, don’t look like a glipe rushing around to find your cocktail shaker and gin/vodka/whiskey/etc. Instead, look calm while you preside over the Porter Bar Cart and deposit drink requests smoothly into your guests’ hands. Two sustainable mango wood trays may be lifted out to pass around drinks and/or appetizers, and the aluminum wheels will make shifting the party from the dining to living area quick and easy.

Purchase Information:

Price: $399.00
Available from: CB2

Block Table Cart

Tea carts and tray tables may seem to belong to an older generation, but this Block Cart from designer Simon Legald has just enough modern sensibility to make it appealing at any age. The wheels move in any direction, and the posts extend above the top surface to function as handles. Use it as an end table, bar cart, work/office caddy, or maybe even a tea or dessert cart if you have several guests over… so many possibilities.


Purchase Information:

Price: $280.00
Available from: DWR

Rolling Bar Cart

This would be perfect for shuttling food and drink between the kitchen and dining room/livingroom and would function as a great little side table when not in use.

“Contemporary service for wining and dining pairs roomy wood-construction trays with a polished-nickel cart. Top tray lifts off. Chocolate (shown) or white trays.”
35″ x 18″ x 32.5″h.

Purchase Information:

No longer available.