Restaurant Tabletops

Restaurant Table Tops

Our Nationwide Presence – Why We’re in America’s Top Spots

The experienced craftsmen at Timeworn go the extra mile to ensure your restaurant table tops enhance the look and feel of your restaurant! Each of our unique wooden table tops are crafted by the hands of experienced craftsman, resulting in one-of-a-kind pieces of functional art. Our restaurant table tops are created from both reclaimed or new lumber. Even if you don’t know anything about design or restaurant furniture, know that you’re in good hands when you buy your wood table tops from Timeworn.

Cherry stained solid wood custom restaurant tabletops
Standard Plank Cherry Pecan Color Tabletops
Reclaimed oak standard plank restaurant table top pecan stained. 100% reclaimed and made in the USA!
Standard Plank Oak Pecan-Reclaimed Tabletops
Our Standard Plank Maple Pecan Color tabletop features a rich, warm brown hue; this stain color was requested so frequently that we decided to showcase it.
Standard Plank Maple Pecan Tabletops
Solid Wood Butcher Block Oak Restaurant Tabletop, Pecan Stained. Modern industrial tables.
Oak Butcher Block Pecan Tabletops

Custom Table tops, Guaranteed Quality & Adaptability for Any Setting

Our restaurant table tops are constructed using only the highest-quality new and reclaimed woods. By kiln drying each piece of wood used to assemble our solid wood table tops, our pieces are able to get below a moisture content of 6%, allowing our products to be shipped to all 50 states and last for years without ever cupping or cracking. These extra steps make our wood table tops incredibly durable, stable, and beautiful. Rectangle restaurant tabletops are available up to 17′ in length and round restaurant tabletops up to 6′ in diameter (for most products). Rounded corners for booths, engraved logos, sound padding, and custom table shapes are all on the menu of enhancements. And of course, we’re always happy to try something new and create an original design. Want a wood table in the shape of a duck? That’s kind of strange, but we can make it happen.

From Butcher Block to Quick-Ship: Navigating Our Six Table Top Choices

To assist you in selecting the ideal restaurant table top, we have six categories. If these six categories aren’t necessarily the best ones for discovering your ideal match, there are obviously many more options to refine your search using our selector bar. Below is a summary of those six categories.

Butcher Block Table Tops: Defined by their stave width (the boards that are used in creating the tables).  These staves are ¾” wide and quarter-sawn.

Distressed Table Tops: Characterized by the distressed marks and hand-scraped edges applied by our proprietary process to add a touch of rustic appeal.  We also use a proprietary stain and application process to give each table that authentic distressed color.

Mixed Plank Table tops:  Defined by the width of the planks. This product category is also commonly referred to as our wide plank table tops, as the planks used in crafting these tops are at a minimum of 2” wide and can be as wide as 4-5”.

Rustic Texture Table Tops: Also known as rustic patina tops, these table tops are identified by their original surface.  We sand these tops ever so slightly, and we’ve developed a method that allows all the holes to be filled without sacrificing the original patina (color and texture).

Standard Plank Table Tops: Before this became an industry-wide standard, it was our standard at TimeWorn.  The phrase standard plank was actually coined by Amanda, one of our owners at TimeWorn, some 15 years ago! Primarily created with quarter-sawn staves that are 1 ½-2” wide.

Quick-Ship Table tops: As one might think, this category is a collection of table tops, 5 to be exact, that are ready to ship at a moment’s notice. Each of the 5 styles in this category is stocked in 6 different sizes; if the 6 sizes we stock won’t work for your needs, we can create custom table tops. Be sure to allow us 3–4 weeks to produce a custom order.

We understand it can be difficult to narrow down your custom table top options, but we’re here to help. If you have any questions, run into difficulties, or just want confirmation of your choices, don’t hesitate to reach out!

Additional Considerations for Refining Your Restaurant Table Top Selections

Colors: Our selector bar includes a variety of color options, but for a more tailored match, we recommend sharing images of existing or planned color schemes in your restaurant with us before we ship out your samples.

Size and Shape:  At Timeworn, we are not constrained by limitations in size or shape. It is essential to select table tops that are well-suited to your specific spatial requirements.

Pricing: While we don’t list our pricing on our website for our table tops other than our quick-ship, we have a price range that should accommodate various budgets.

Customization and Branding:  Personalizing your table tops with your logo is an increasingly popular trend, as it significantly enhances brand recognition. Our customization options create a unique and lasting impression on your guests.

Accessibility Considerations: We recommend reading our blog on accessibility to better understand the diverse needs of today’s customers.  Consider softening your corners by having us round them with a 3” radius or adding sound dampening measures to the underside of your table to accommodate those who may be sensitive to noise.

Adaptability: Think about who your customer is or who your customer will be.  Will you need seating for large parties that require communal tables? Do you want the option to go from a 4 top to a 6 top with a drop-leaf table?

For comprehensive guidance, we invite you to explore our blog, “Ordering Solid Wood Restaurant Tabletops: 8 Things Everyone Should Know.” Here, you will find extensive information to simplify the process of selecting the perfect restaurant table top. And don’t forget, we’re just an email or phone call away!

Wood Restaurant Table Tops Built for Longevity

Every table top we produce is a testament to enduring quality, crafted from solid reclaimed or newly sourced wood in the United States. Our skilled artisans, aided by state-of-the-art machinery, work meticulously to bring these pieces to life. We take great pride in sourcing our reclaimed wood from various U.S. states, including Minnesota, Wisconsin, California, Oregon, Idaho, and Missouri, ensuring each piece has its own unique story.

Our process of creating solid wood restaurant table tops involves careful attention to detail. Each piece is sanded to a smooth finish, then sealed and coated with multiple layers of our industry-leading acrylic polyurethane in a matte finish. This careful application not only emphasizes our dedication to durability but also establishes a high standard for resistance to chemicals, wear, and heat. The matte sheen of the finish adds a touch of sophistication, highlighting the natural beauty of the wood while ensuring easy maintenance. These tabletops are not just visually appealing but are designed to withstand the rigors of a bustling restaurant environment, offering both aesthetic elegance and practical durability.

Mastering the Art and Establishing Authority in Restaurant Table Top Manufacturing

Authority in this field is something we have diligently earned. Our commitment to quality and attention to detail set us apart from other table manufacturers. We understand the importance of delivering a product that not only meets but exceeds our customers’ expectations. Our dedication to craftsmanship is evident in every table we produce, ensuring that each piece is not only beautiful but also durable and long-lasting. With our extensive experience, we are confident in our ability to provide the finest wooden table tops, communal tables, and restaurant bar tops in the United States.

This journey has not only enabled us to offer a vast selection of custom wood restaurant table tops but also to provide the most reliable selection in the industry. Our dedication to craftsmanship and attention to detail sets us apart from others in the United States. With 15 years of experience, we have built an impressive 65,000 tables, bar tops, and communal tables, shipping over 500,000 square feet of these products. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is evident in the 4,000 customers we have served over the years. Additionally, we offer a wide variety of 50 restaurant table top products for our clients to choose from.

Table Top Style

Butcher Block: Defined by ¾” wide, quarter-sawn staves/boards. This style of table will work well in any establishment.

Distressed: Defined by the distressed marks on the tables as well as a hit and miss stain look, giving it a very worn design.

Mixed Plank: Defined by 3-5” wide staves/boards. These are built using flat-sawn boards.

Quick-ship: These are tables that we have in stock and ready to ship. Instead of waiting 3-4 weeks for custom tables, we can likely ship these within 3-4 days. We have 5 different products and 7 sizes to choose from.

Rustic Patina: Patina is defined by both the color and the texture. These tables have a slightly uneven surface as we leave the original saw marks on the board and then sand and putty smooth so they can still be cleaned effectively.

Standard Plank: Defined by 1 ½”-1 ¾” wide, primarily quarter-sawn staves/boards.

Table Top Color

We do our best to ensure the photos on the site are an accurate representation of the product, but we also require that you receive and review a sample in-person to confirm your color. Please keep in mind that wood has a natural variation and our 12″ x 12″ samples cannot always fully represent these variations.

Table Top Texture

Smooth: Just as the title states, these tables are smooth and flat. There may be minor depressions on knots or putty, but the overall look will remain smooth.

Distressed: With a combination of various techniques distressing can take a new wood table and give it a generations old look. Where you might not normally find character, we have mastered the techniques required to add character and aging to just about any table.

Rustic: When anything short of full blown character simply won’t do, we have perfected creating tables out of both old and new original patina material giving you products that simply cannot be duplicated elsewhere. As with any of our products, these tops come with a 2 year warranty and even though you’ll feel variations in the surface we build them in such a way that allows you to clean the tables with ease.

Wood Source

New: This material is responsibly sourced from sustainable farms. Because it is much less labor than reclaimed, it’s often less expensive. Being new wood, it also comes with much less character than its reclaimed counterpart.

Reclaimed: This is where it all started for TimeWorn. With decades of experience in reclamation and reuse of reclaimed wood before we ever made our first table, likely making us more qualified than any other furniture manufacturer in utilizing reclaimed wood successfully. Reclaimed wood comes with a history of a previous life, character that is hard to duplicate, and strength that just can’t be duplicated.

Wood Species

Oak: Hardwood. Janka hardness scale: 1,350. Weight: 3.91 lbs per board foot. Heartwood is a light to medium brown, commonly with an olive cast. Quartersawn sections display prominent ray fleck patterns.

Pine: Softwood. Janka hardness scale: 420. Weight 2.25 lbs per board foot. Heartwood is a light brown, sometimes with a slightly reddish hue, and sapwood is a pale yellow to nearly white. Color tends to darken with age.

Maple: Hardwood. Janka hardness scale: 1,450. Weight: 3.66 lbs per board foot. Unlike most other hardwoods, the sapwood of hard maple lumber is most commonly used rather than its heartwood. Sapwood color ranges from nearly white, to an off-white cream color, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue. The heartwood tends to be a darker reddish brown.

Walnut: Hardwood. Janka hardness scale: 1,010. Weight: 3.16 lbs per board foot. Heartwood can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. Color can sometimes have a gray, purple, or reddish cast. Sapwood is pale yellow-gray to nearly white. Figured grain patterns such as curl, crotch, and burl are also seen.

Cherry: Hardwood. Janka hardness scale: 950. Weight: 2.91 lbs per board foot. Heartwood is a light pinkish brown when freshly cut, darkening to a medium reddish brown with time and upon exposure to light. Wide sapwood is a pale yellowish color. It is not uncommon for boards to contain at least some sapwood portions along the outer edges.

Poplar: Hardwood. Janka hardness scale: 540. Weight: 2.41 lbs per board foot. Heartwood is light cream to yellowish brown, with occasional streaks of gray or green. Sapwood is pale yellow to white, not always clearly demarcated from the heartwood. Colors tend to darken upon exposure to light.

Beech: Hardwood. Janka hardness scale: 1450. Weight: 3.69 lbs per board foot. Pale straw color, sometimes with a pink or brown hue. Quartersawn surfaces exhibit a minute ray fleck pattern.