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Restaurant Sneeze Guards & Indoor Dining Dividers

Our assortment of restaurant barriers, sneeze guards, and table dividers help create physical separation and social distance for indoor dining, especially in areas where it is difficult for individuals to remain at least 6 feet apart. Position our floor-standing partitions between your restaurant tables for added protection.

If your restaurant needs custom clear barrier shields, contact us for alternate material, size, or design options. We custom manufacture in the United States with quick turn-around time for small and large quantities.

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Restaurant Sneeze Guards & Indoor Dining Dividers FAQs


What is the required height for sneeze guards?

There is no required height for sneeze guards unless it pertains to food. The FDA has strict guidelines for sneeze guards used in the food and beverage industry.

While there are no height guidelines for general use sneeze guards, sneeze guards should be large enough to protect customers sitting at a table or booth. For standing patrons, the National Sanitation Foundation recommends 60 inches in total height to cover the mouth height of a person up to six-foot-tall.


What is a buffet sneeze guard?

A buffet sneeze guard protects food from bacteria and germs that spread by sneezing. Restaurateur Johnny Garneau invented the "Food Service Table" and filed his patent on March 10, 1959. The "Food Service Table" improved food safety standards with the FDA implemented regulations in 1962.


What type of dividers do I need for my restaurant?

When social distancing is not possible, use dividers to partition your space and create physical separation. Use Shoppopdisplays' free-standing dividers, booth dividers, tabletop dividers, and bar top dividers to protect patrons.


Are there any guidelines or regulations for Restaurant Sneeze Guards?

The FDA has strict guidelines for sneeze guards used for food and beverage. There are no regulations for general use restaurant sneeze guards. A rule of thumb is they should be large enough to protect patrons while sitting at a booth or standing at a bar.



Use Cases For Restaurant Sneeze Guards & Indoor Dining Dividers


  • Bars - Bartop counter dividers are a great way to create physical separation. We have several mounting options to fit most bar tops and portable free-standing options.
  • Booths - Restaurant booth dividers are sized for popular booth sizes and are easy to install. Many sizes and mounting options are available to suit your needs.
  • Tables - Choose from a wide selection of table dividers that fit your restaurant's round, rectangular, and square tables. Our free-standing table dividers are easy to install and do not require any permanent modifications to your tables.
  • Restrooms - Use our urinal partition extender for additional protection in the men's room. Use our sink partition dividers to create physical separation for bathrooms with multiple sinks. Both items use loop and hook style fasteners for easy installation.