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  1. Universal B5SS2460-CB - 60" X 24" Stainless Steel Work Table W/ Back Splash and Stainless Steel Cross Bar
    Universal B5SS2460-CB - 60" X 24" Stainless Steel Work Table W/ Back Splash and Stainless Steel Cross Bar

    List Price: $1,065.69

    Our Price: $630.59

    Your prep space is very important so the get the most of it with a heavy-duty work table. The Universal Stainless Steel Prep/Worktop Table W/ Stainless Steel Welded Cross Bar And Back Splash 60" x 24" [B5SS2460-CB] is an economical way to ensure the staff of your commercial restaurant operation has prep space that is durable and reliable. The Stainless Steel Cross Bar is welded. This model has a 5" back splash and durable stainless steel top, making it great for installing against a wall and helps keep food products on the table. This unit is a great addition to any commercial kitchen. In the recent past many people have been purchasing this unit for residential use, as it proves to have longevity and sleek stainless steel design. Learn More
  2. John Boos SNS02 - 48" X 24" Butcher Block Work Table W/ Stainless Steel Under Shelf
    John Boos SNS02 - 48" X 24" Butcher Block Work Table W/ Stainless Steel Under Shelf

    List Price: $1,481.88

    Our Price: $801.22

    This John Boos SNS02 - 48" x 24" Butcher Block Work Table - Stainless Steel Under Shelf is the perfect item for your establishment. John Boos & Co. based in Effingham, Illinois, is one of the oldest manufacturers of premium quality kitchen equipment and butcher blocks in the United States, and has been in business continuously since 1887. Founder Conrad Boos harvested Sycamore from wooded areas around Effingham, processed it at his sawmill, and then brought it to his blacksmith shop for finishing. The first innovation was a sycamore tree placed on three legs to absorb the shock of the smith’s hammer against the anvil. When the local butcher saw and admired the innovation, he realized that he could use one in his meat market. So Conrad’s son, John, adapted the idea and made him one. This was the start of John Boos & Company making butcher blocks for commercial meat markets over 120 years ago. Learn More
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