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Beverage Serving Carafes

Plastic and glass beverage serving Carafes are durable and dishwasher safe for your restaurant or cafeteria. Carafes are convenient for refilling water cups and other beverages and they are widely used for serving wines.
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15-0224 09-0034
Pour Carafe Server - 33 Oz.
Our Price: $53.25 / Each
Arcoroc Square Carafe - 1 Liter
Our Price: $43.50 / Case of 6
Update International Cardinal International
09-0439 09-0522
Arcoroc Elegance Carafe - 1 Liter
Our Price: $44.40 / Case of 6
Arcoroc Wine Carafe - 0.25 Liter
Our Price: $42.46 / Case of 12
Cardinal International Cardinal International
08-0866 07-0822
Carafe Lid
Our Price: $35.11 / Case of 12
Carafe Glass - 1 Liter
Our Price: $74.93 / Case of 12
Carafe Lid by Libbey Anchor Hocking Corp.
Glass Carafe - 1 Liter
Our Price: $94.10 / Case of 12
Libbey Glass
Restaurants and bars serve up plenty of food, but plenty of drinks as well.  As a result, what you're pouring tea, coffee, and other beverages out of will be important.  Looks do matter, and using stylish beverage serving carafes makes a big difference in terms of just what your patrons think of you.  There are a few different options available, and while most are really designed for tea or coffee there are a couple of options that look great when serving water, juice, or other drinks as well. Beverage Serving Carafes for your restaurant for serving water, lemonade, coke, tea, coffee and any other beverage your foodservice establishment may serve. Glass beverage serving carafes are popular options for those who provide fresh water or juice to their patrons.  These are stylish glass carafes available in one liter or half liter sizes, and they're also available in a plastic version that drops down to a quarter liter size as well and prevents breaks.  It's a great option when you're looking to add a little ambiance to your dining area, and the low price makes them easy to justify buying when you're looking into all of your beverage serving options.  They're not the most common, but they do stand out.