Turn a Buffet or Desk Into a Cocktail Bar

Expecting guests for a cocktail party but you don't have a dedicated bar? No worries: You can quickly turn a buffet, server or desk into a cocktail bar with our expert stocking and arranging ideas.

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Consider Height

One of the most important details in setting up a cocktail bar is proper serving height. Standard counter height — 36 inches from the floor — is the right height to keep in mind when selecting a piece of furniture to use.

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