Poker Drink Cart - Side Table

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I was on a search for just the right side table for my weekly home game. Since I am not the handiest guy, building one was out of the question. After a while, I opted to try a Vasagle table for $39.99 and have a friend cut holes for drink cups. It turned out to be the right choice.

The table is sturdy and a nice height for food and beverages. There is no shelf on the bottom, but it doesn’t seem to be a big deal. If you’re looking for a good looking side table at a reasonable price, this may be the way to go.

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Those look great Kevin, I'll be switching to carts this winter (keeping busy in Covid times)
 
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I bought them through Amazon. As a Prome member it’s free shipping. They sometimes are listed for $49.99, so just wait until the price drops to $39.99.
 

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Looks good. I was thinking of getting a few folding tv tables and cutting holes in them. Space is a premium with me so it means I can fold them for storage.

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Looks good. I was thinking of getting a few folding tv tables and cutting holes in them. Space is a premium with me so it means I can fold them for storage.

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I used trays like that with cup holders cut into them for years. They worked great. BUT if you have the room, it is soooo much better having side tables that you can roll around and easily move out of the way when you need to get up. The possibility of tipping the tray over is gone.
 

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I used trays like that with cup holders cut into them for years. They worked great. BUT if you have the room, it is soooo much better having side tables that you can roll around and easily move out of the way when you need to get up. The possibility of tipping the tray over is gone.
Alas the space isn’t there... I need a basement
 
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