Pop up bar, or temporary bars as they may also be known, have been gaining popularity in both bar owners and bartenders. With temporary pop up bars there is less disruption, and you can still use the space for what it was designed for: serving drinks. The most important feature to consider when choosing a temporary pop up bar for your bar is location. A pop up bar can be used in various locations and therefore you need to make sure that it is easily accessible for customers. Also, since the bar can close and open up quickly, it needs to be large enough to accommodate the number of customers you will have. Making a temporary pop up bar at your event can be useful for promoting a special occasion or promotion, as a seasonal pop up bar or as just an extra temporary bar at your venue.
Pop up bars come in various sizes, from as small as one seat to as large as several seating areas. You can buy these kits online or at local retailers and install them yourself. Pop up bars that are installed in venues generally feature adjustable shelves for easy display of drinks, and are generally made of light weight materials such as wood and metal. Some of the more modern designs feature LED lights that can be controlled by a remote control so that you can create a light show at night for your patrons.
If you want to offer your patrons a way to get a drink in while they wait for a table, you may want to consider offering a temporary pop up bar. This will also give you the opportunity to showcase your bar equipment without having to invest too much money into hiring additional staff to serve drinks in the event that people wait for a table. When selecting the right kind of pop up bar for your restaurant or bar, you should bear in mind the size, purpose and appearance of the space you plan to use it for, as well as the type of customers you plan to cater to.