NOTE: Boos dining table tops are not reversible, as undersides are not finished and sometimes show imperfections.
Gorgeous Maple Table Tops for Restaurants & Pubs
Quality wooden table tops can make all the difference in distinguishing a fine eatery or tavern. The wood used in these premium tops is hard maple, harvested exclusively from sustainable North American forests. This maple wood is a lovely blend of soft earth tones: light tans and light to medium browns. The result is a neutral color palette that can complement a wide variety of restaurant, deli or sub shop decors.
Hard Maple Dining Tops Deliver a Light and Airy Ambience
Maple is the wood of choice if you’re seeking a lighter, airy feel to your dining or drinking establishment. Because maple’s coloration is soft and generally lighter than other hardwoods, it’s an especially good match for diners that do a brisk lunch business, sandwich shops or casual food service spots such as ice cream shops. Each maple top is finished with Tuff-Var, which adds luster, protects the surface against scratches and dings and makes for quick, easy clean-up.
John Boos Makes these Maple Butcher Block Dining Table Tops
Boos is recognized as a premier supplier to the commercial food service industry. They’ve been constructing butcher blocks since 1887. During the ensuing century-plus, Boos has optimized every facet of the harvesting and treatment of hard rock maple, and the overall process by which butcher block is made. Boos makes maple table tops in two different grain styles: edge and blended. The only difference between the two is the length of the board stock. Whereas edge-grain blocks feature wood slats that run the full length of the block, blended-grain boards use pieces of different lengths (except for the outside rails) that have been merged into longer rails using finger-jointed construction. That aspect aside, the manufacturing process is similar. These long strips of maple are glued together, side by side, then exposed to high heat and pressure for an extended period of time to ensure superb bonding.
Boos Table Bases Are Currently Unavailable
We are providing the following information as a courtesy, should you wish to search for table bases available from other sources.
Before pandemic-related supply disruptions, Boos & Co. offered four different styles of black metal stands. Options included table supports with disc bases, cross bases or T supports, in “dining height” (28” to the top of the metal “spider” to which the wood attaches) or “bar height” (40-1/2” to the top of the spider). The following table shows previously available base options by table top size.
Metal Base Assembly Instructions / Pre-Drilling Holes for a Metal Base
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