Bar & Grill Style: Condiment and Utensil Caddies

Bar & Grill Style: Condiment and Utensil Caddies

Joanna Miller
Mar 26, 2010

Bar and grill establishments are great for grabbing a casual drink with friends, but they're not usually at the top of our list when it comes to style inspiration for home dining. We think they're on to something though with the tabletop caddies for various condiments and utensils. Here are four restaurant-inspired caddies that we'd be happy to have on our table, especially as grilling season approaches.

The tabletop caddies at many bar and grill-type places are nothing more than empty six-pack boxes. You could certainly go that route for a party or a picnic, maybe with a nicely designed craft beer or soda box.

Here are four more permanent pieces that could be used for condiments, utensils, napkins or drinks.

  1. Utensil Holder/Condiment Tray from Crate and Barrel, $9.95 - $12.95
  2. Galvanized Metal Triple Condiment Server from Pottery Barn, $29
  3. Nito Condiment Caddy from Williams-Sonoma, $44
  4. Red Drink Caddy from World Market, $14.99

Do you use a condiment or utensil caddy?

Related: Good Question: How Long Is it Safe to Keep Condiments?

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