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Buying Guide: The perfect bar cart for holiday hosting
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Buying Guide: The perfect bar cart for holiday hosting

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If you’re hosting for the holidays, you’re probably crossing the last to-do items off your list, including stocking your bar. This bar cart is the perfect way to organize bottles, mix up drinks, and keep the party going after dinner. The eye-catching industrial style make it a perfect year round addition to your kitchen or dining room.

Durable and Attractive

This rustic industrial style bar cart isn’t just attractive. It’s also durable enough to withstand hundreds of parties. The solid wood and heavy metal give it an upscale appearance even though it’s affordable at just $190. The waterproof and wear resistant wood tiers can hold up to 400 pounds, so it’s perfect for storing small kitchen appliances as well as drinks.

Easy Assembly, Mobile Design

One of the best parts about this bar cart is that it’s easy to move using the metal handles on either side. Sturdy wheels allow you to roll the cart from room to room as guests go from dinner in the dining room to after dinner drinks in the living room. Assembling this cart is also easy and simply requires an electric screwdriver or drill.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this bar cart, giving it an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Customers loved how easy the cart was to assemble and how easy it was to roll around when they were hosting parties. Customers also liked how high quality this bar cart looked even though it came at an affordable price.

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