Cafe & Diner Glassware Guide

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Choosing Beverage Glasses for Your Diner or Cafe

Having enough glassware throughout the day is crucial for any foodservice operation. Without beverage glasses, juice glasses and coffee mugs, the proper meal cannot be served. A significant portion of restaurant profits come from beverages. Pick the glasses designed to maximize your beverage service. For small cafés and diners, you won’t need nearly as many types of glasses as you would in a bar or a formal restaurant. Always cover your bases first, and be sure to have plenty of your most used glassware.

Coffee Mug

Coffee Mugs

If you prefer ceramic or porcelain mugs to coffee glasses, check out our ceramic coffee mugs. They come in various capacities and sizes. Consider picking mugs that will match your dinnerware patterns.
Coffee Mugs

Coffee Glass

Coffee Glasses

If your café or diner serves coffee, consider using coffee glasses. These decorative glasses are great for holding and serving coffee, lattes, mochas and cappuccinos.
Coffee Glasses

How Much Glassware to Keep on Hand

Below is a recommendation of how many glasses to keep on hand in your café or diner.

For Serving Casual Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Items100 Seats
5 oz. Juice12 dozen
10 oz. Water24 dozen
12 oz. Beverage
(Iced tea, lemonade, soda, etc)
12 dozen

 

For Serving Casual Dinner with Wine Service

Items100 Seats
5 oz. Juice12 dozen
10 oz. Water24 dozen
12 oz. Beverage
(Iced tea, lemonade, soda, etc)
12 dozen
Coffee Glasses or Mugs12 dozen
Wine Glasses
(Red or White)
12 dozen
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