Although presented in an array of styles and materials, most restaurant chairs are standard: 4 legs with a straight-back design used to provide short term seating for diners. The term doesn’t solely doesn’t allude to one particular type of restaurant chair. Instead, it is a general reference to several different types of chairs used for the same commercial purpose: their only function is to provide temporary yet comfortable seating for customers.
Metal frames can be sandblasted and painted in any color of your choice and it won’t chip. Metal is also a fire resistant material option. For additional durability and resistance, metal restaurant chairs are generally covered with a protective finish.