Referencing historic bistro tables and chairs, these products incorporate new materials and decorative details that dress up traditional forms.
Jasper Morrison for Magis
Taking a cue from neoclassical motifs, Plato references one of the pillars of ancient philosophy with a form that provides both balance and function. The chair is available in five colors through Herman Miller.
Dirk Wynants for Extremis
Fancy a tête-à-tête? This table-chair hybrid recalls Parisian cafe culture with a side-by-side seating arrangement. Only approximately 3 feet in diameter, the stackable Bistroo fits a lot in a little space.
Spindle Bistro Collection
Zachary A. Design
Characterized by its spindle-like single leg, the round bistro-inspired table is 27 or 48 inches wide by 30 inches high. The entire cast resin body is lightweight, allowing for easy reconfiguration at outdoor happenings.
Steelsites Bistro Tables
Articulating the traditional round cafe table shape, this updated take sheds water through a perforated tabletop. Table and chair configurations are offered in backless or backed seats with optional footrests in two heights.