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Whether you are looking for votives, tea lights, taper candles or battery-operated lights, you will find a variety of options here. The candles category includes both real candles as well as LED tea lights so you have a choice, depending on your needs in your restaurant. Restaurant operators use candles for a variety of reasons, but mainly to create a memorable ambience in their dining space. Capable of creating a mood, setting the tone and bringing other euphemisms to life, candles create light and shadows to create a special feel in all types of restaurants. Although you will not see them in fast food chains or in most quick service establishments, many casual dining and fine dining restaurant rely on them for that extra something special. Some restaurants will use candles on special occasions, such as Valentine’s dinner. After all, where is the romance if there is no candle-light dinner?
Lighting wax candles at each of your tables will set the mood for intimate conversations and romantic evenings for your guests. Each candle produces a glowing puddle of light that seems to encase each table in its own private sphere. Wax candles will elevate your table setting from ordinary to extraordinary with ease. We offer a wide variety of different colors and shapes to fit any candle holders.
Pillar candles are a stately show piece, use them as a center piece for your buffet tables or set a grouping of pillar candles in the center of larger tables. Use taper candles with any of our grand selection of candelabras, these all-purpose candles are great for special occasions; use them to set the mood. Votive candles, otherwise known as tea lights, are a great choice for use in hurricanes or other votive holders, use them on smaller tables or for warming chafer dishes, clarified butter warmers, or gravy warmers. Serving a butter warmer, complete with a glowing votive is a sure fire way to make your guests’ meal one to remember. For a modern look to your centerpiece, try floating a few votive tea lights in a bowl of water. Wax candles have the disadvantage of being a bit of a fire hazard, but they are certainly an inexpensive way to add a little panache to your dining room.