Outdoor bistro tables, much like bar tables, are quite a bit smaller than their dining table counterparts. However, the main thing that distinguishes outdoor bistro tables from bar tables is that in addition to being smaller in diameter, they're also shorter. Of course, this makes it easier to squeeze outdoor bistro tables into even smaller spaces, which is a really nice benefit. Let's ay, for example, you have a balcony on your high rise apartment and you'd like for you and your partner to be able go enjoy a cup of coffee out there together in the mornings. Now you'll be able to, and there are other creative uses for these tables as well.
Besides the fact that outdoor bistro tables are usually shorter than outdoor bar tables, they are also almost always round, whereas bar tables also come with square or rectangular tops on a much more frequent basis. That's pretty much where the differences between outdoor bistro tables and bar tables end, though. In all of the other ways that matter, patio bistro tables and their bar table counterparts are really quite similar. One of those similarities is the fact that many of the models give you a choice regarding what kind of material you'd like the surface of the table to be made of.
The surfaces of patio patio bistro tables are sometimes made of the same material as the rest of the table, and sometimes they're not. When they're not made of the same material as the rest of the table, the surfaces of outdoor bistro tables are often made of glass. In any event, these little patio bistro tables are so versatile that you'll likely be able to find a place for one even if you already own a large collection of patio furniture. They'd make a great addition virtually anywhere.