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Bar supplies keep drinks flowing and customers satisfied, that's why, whether you have a small pub, a service bar, or a large capacity establishment, ACityDiscount has the tools you need. From pitchers and ice scoopers to condiment bins and jiggers, you can find everything to keep your bar running efficiently and smoothly.
A well-stocked bar will keep your patrons returning and lead to increased profits. Shop our great selection of cocktail shakers, bar condiment systems, bar ice scoops, bottle openers, and other bar supplies from quality foodservice equipment manufacturers.
Keep your fruits and bar condiments organized and nearby for easy access with lidded multiple-compartment bar condiment dispensers from CrestWare and Precision Pours.
No matter which cocktail you are making, a Cosmopolitan, a Dirty Martini, or a Margarita, one thing is true: you need to have a good cocktail shaker set on hand. ACityDiscount’s carries stylish stainless steel bar shakers that allow you to pour in the right blend of ingredients and shake them to chilled perfection. Make serving specialty cocktails in your bar easier and more efficient with our 3 tier margarita cocktail glass rimmers.
Our customers who serve wine by the glass in their establishments have become big fans of Precision Pours’ VacuVin Wine Saver. The VacuVin pump removes air from opened bottles and the rubber stoppers seal bottles tightly, preserving the wine.
Not only does ACityDiscount offer a full line of bar supplies, we can provide you professional bar equipment, including back bar coolers, kegerators, bar blenders and glasswashers. All orders of bar equipment totaling over $2000 can qualify for restaurant equipment financing to enable you to save you start up capital for a rainy day.
Shop ACityDiscount for an extensive variety of bar supplies.
Tips from the Experts: "Many local ordinances are being passed that require ice buckets that hang upside down, and ice scoops with guards that prevent hands from making contact with the ice. Check with your local health department to find out specifics and make sure you are in compliance with these new laws." - Mike