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When settling on the most proficient method to make a down-home climate for your bar or café, you have to think about a few components. Take your typical steak house, for example. On the off chance that you recollect that, they more often than not have a gritty climate that makes you believe, “I’m going to eat some meat. YUM.” I don’t know what it is about steak houses, yet the feeling that they give prepares you to eat dead creature tissue.

But what about the furniture? In 9 out of 10 instances, the furniture is simple wooden chairs and tables with a dark finish. In fact, the overall mood of a steak house is geared towards people with “common” tastes who want to eat big. By eat big, I mean to say they want to have a night on the town and have a good meal. Your average Joe is going to spend his money at a fancy steak house before going to a fancy steak house ho chi minh.

It is for this reason that steak houses are so famous. They are not intimidating whatsoever. After all, what red-blooded American doesn’t like steak?

But getting back to the furniture, go to any steak house in your city or town, and you’ll see what I mean. Wooden tables, wooden chairs, wooden everything. The servers probably wear cowboy boots and denim uniforms.

If you want to spend a bit more money and include some nice upholstering on your furniture, make sure you stick with darker colors. The last thing you want is to have a steak house that looks like it was attacked by the Easter bunny. Instead, go for hardwood furniture made from woods like mahogany and oak. If you have control over the type of finish, go DARK.

If you don’t want to go with any of those hardcore woods and prefer to use something lighter instead, I recommend you go with bamboo. Bamboo is a solid wood which is also very light, both in color and in weight. But aside from that, bamboo is just plain cool. While yes, it may be off-putting to some of the meat and potatoes crowd, it will give your steak ho chi minh that buzz factor. In general, any excuse you can give people to talk about your bar or restaurant that doesn’t have to do with finding discarded body parts in the food is good publicity.

If you’re feeling extraordinarily brave, and have a couple extra dollars to throw at your furniture budget, you could consider going with some fancy metal stuff. Shiny chrome, everybody likes polished chrome! Just imagine the scene: customers walk into your steak house, which looks perfectly normal from the outside. When they walk inside, they hear loud techno music, see flashing lights and reflections from all the chrome table tops and furniture!

You could call steak house ho chi minh, The Boom Boom Steak House! Reservations for two?

Post Author: Truman Slate