Have Your Customers Coming Back for More
Enhance diners’ experiences with NanaWall commercial patio door systems open to the outside.
NanaWall systems provide additional seating space and fresh air infiltration when open, and comfort, security, and energy efficient weather protection when closed—without sacrificing open views.
Increased Seating Capacity
Restaurants and event venues maximize seating capacity and enhance the atmosphere by connecting to outdoor space. Whether opening the floor to the street, courtyard or rooftop in good weather or enclosing a roofed patio for four season enjoyment, with the addition of commercial patio door systems, guests are attracted to the restaurant’s experience with open views, natural daylighting, and fresh air.
Our commercial patio door systems allow you to extend the dining area to the patio or close it off during inclement weather. Plus, our glass wall systems are weather-resistant, so patrons are always comfortable, even right up next to the glass.
An Open Invitation through Commercial Patio Door Systems
A wide-open entrance created by commercial patio door systems removes the barrier between street and restaurant to allow a free flow of customer traffic. Passersby easily see the food and immediately enjoy the restaurant’s ambience and entertainment.
An Unforgettable Dining Experience
A fine dining venue is more than a place where people go to eat, it is an atmosphere that cannot be replicated at home. Providing an excellent view with exterior commercial patio door systems is the perfect way to craft an ideal dining environment. Restaurants that can provide a memorable, relaxed dining atmosphere give their patrons an experience that keeps them coming back time and time again—ultimately providing an undeniable ROI for restaurant owners.
To see how our commercial patio door systems perform in real-world restaurant and hospitality environments, explore the use cases below:
Trends in commercial design are evolving alongside the need to expand restaurant spaces to the outdoors. This comes with the need to allow more seating as table spacing increases and natural air becomes the preferred method of ventilation within a building.