If you’ve found this article, you’re probably wondering if a brass bar top is a good choice for your bar or restaurant project. In short, the answer is yes, brass bar tops are a great choice for most indoor commercial settings. Let’s examine why they work so well for bars and restaurants. 

Brass is durable and antibacterial.

All restaurant and bar operators would agree that bar top durability is key. Brass is a durable alloy made up of copper and zinc. It’s extremely versatile so many industries utilize brass for various products. Brass is commonly used for products like: light fixtures, hardware, shell casings and door knobs and handles. In fact, brass is highly sought after for heavily handled products due to its antibacterial properties. This makes it a great choice for a highuse area like a bar.

Brass bar tops are unique and stunning. 

When designing a bar or restaurant you’re probably looking to stand out and nothing standouts quite like a brass bar top. A brass bar top in a restaurant is a truly elegant statement. Brass is sure to impress the patrons who are used to seeing the same old quartz and granite time and time again. It has a muted yellow shade, like a dull gold, and is considered a warm toned, inviting metal. It can be finished to look aged or, in contrast, modern and fresh. Brass tends to look great with other warm tones and earth toned colors. 

Cast Brass can be seamless and have an organic shape.

Curves are brass pair beautifully together. La Bastille creates cast brass bar tops for restaurants seamlessly up to 12’, as well as most curved or organic shapes. With over 80 edge profiles and dozens of finishes to choose from, each piece is one-of-a-kind.