5 Favourites: Outdoor Dining

5 Favourites: Outdoor Dining

Summer is just around the corner! The British public love throwing a good summer barbecue, so make sure you’re prepared this year! We’ve put together a list of our top five favourite outdoor dining essentials. Bring on the Pimm’s and hot dogs!

5 favourites summer dining

  1. Drinks dispensers: Got a lot of people coming over for a BBQ? Let your guests help themselves to a drink with a Kilner drinks dispenser. It makes an attractive table centrepiece and ensures everyone has a drink close to hand. For a summery touch, fill with Pimm’s or juice!
  2. Dimpled tableware: Summer is all about vibrant colours, so make sure your table is dressed for the occasion with our selection of bright dimpled tableware. Our party plates are perfect for serving out yummy barbecue food, and our bowls are great for dessert (Eton mess, anyone?!). Made from reusable food grade plastic, you can bring them out year after year!
  3. Pineapple cooler: Summer parties often mean your fridge is overflowing with food and drinks. Solve that problem with an ice cooler! Guests can help themselves to a refreshing beverage without taking up any precious fridge space. Simply inflate the vibrant pineapple, fill with icy water and pop in your beverages of choice. What a quirky way to keep your drinks cold!
  4. Reusable ice cubes: Give your drinks a quirky vibe with these reusable ice cubes. Simply pop them into a freezer drawer, wait a few hours, and voila! The ice cubes can be used again and again without the hassle of filling up an ice tray. The vibrant colours also jazz up someone’s drink!
  5. Food baskets: Give your summer dining experience a Cuban feel with these colourful food baskets. Perfect for serving out snacks, fruit, hot dog rolls or burger buns, you can place them at the centre of your table to show off your selection of delicious food.

One Comment

  1. I love these ideas. The drinks dispenser is a great idea for a kids party, for when the kids get hot from running around playing party games. They can just help themselves when they’re thirsty, rather than it being an extra job for the party host.

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