A classic dining setup for most pizza parlors is to have individual tables in the center of the dining room and booth seating lining the outer walls. In fact, this is a popular setup for most restaurants, in general. The difference with pizza parlor booths is that they tend to have horizontal channel, tufted or straight seat backs. These patterns are not too complicated and can add a simple elegance to any pizza shop. Also, the booths tend to be all one upholstery material, meaning the backs aren’t fabric and the seats vinyl; both seats and backs are one material, usually vinyl.
When selecting a pizza parlor booth, one of the first things to consider is whether you want a single or double booth. Single booths have only one seat, whereas on doubles, there are two seats that share the same back. Double booths are ideal when you intend to have a lot of booth seating. If you do, consider anchoring the booth to the floor so customers can’t move the booth around and upset the person on the other side.