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As we continue to weather a winter of social distancing, exceptional brands continue to make it easier to do so safely. Dometic gives a new, mobile feel to outdoor entertaining with their MoBar series of beverage centers. Designed with entertaining in mind, the MoBar 50, MoBar 300 and MoBar 550 offer a solution that allows hosts to enjoy every moment instead of playing gopher. We really like how easily MoBar blends into indoor and outdoor spaces stylishly, without compromising durability or functionality. And no matter the space – home patio or hotel veranda – there’s a MoBar model perfect for it.

mobile bar series

Dometic’s MoBar came to life by combining the brand’s energy efficient refrigeration technology and design capabilities, creating a product specifically designed for stylishly serving beverages outdoors. The MoBar covers it all, giving you the space to store, cool, prepare and present beverages to guests.

living room with mobile bar

MoBar 550

MoBar 50 is the perfect size for compact spaces, keeping up to 22 bottles or 32 cans ice cold. MoBar 300 is the mid-sized model equipped with utensils inspired by professional bartenders, and a single-zone refrigerator that can hold up to 19 bottles or 70 cans. MoBar 550 is the ultimate beverage center and largest model in the series. Featuring the same utensils as the 300, spacious preparation and presentation areas, a dual-zone refrigerator compartment that can hold up to 40 bottles and 155 cans, and a presentation basket that can keep 22 bottles or 32 cans cold.

patio with mobile bar

MoBar 550

mobile bar detail

MoBar 300

mobile bar detail

mobile bar detail

mobile bar MoBar 50

Mobar 50

mobile bar MoBar 300

MoBar 300

mobile bar MoBar 550

MoBar 550

To learn more about the MoBar series, visit dometic.com.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.