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Since 1928, Carnegie Equipment has been the regions premier supplier of restaurant supplies and equipment. Owning a tavern or restaurant is one of the toughest jobs in the world. Little sleep, long days. We get it and your business. A family owned business, Carnegie Equipment has been supplying bar and restaurant equipment since 1928. Not only do we supply leading equipment brands and products, we service everything we sell and deliver. Look around or give us a call. For more than 80 years, see why our loyal customers have chosen to See Carnegie First. Kitchen Supplies: Cutlery, cookware, pots, pans, stock pots, sauce pots, sheet pans, double boilers, steam table pans, food storage containers, food containers, ingredient bins, tongs, serving spoons, condiment dispensers, squeeze bottles, pump Kits Dinning Area: China, serving pieces, tumblers, glassware, flatware, table lighting, menu covers, informational signage, table covers, menu boards, shakers, serving baskets. Janitorial: Trash receptacles, carts, wet floor signs, floor care/brushes, mops, brooms, cleaning chemicals. Knowledgeable, enthusiastic and friendly staff who's main goal is taking care of the customer Family owned and operated .Customer service is top priority, competitive pricing, large showroom with equipment and supplies in stock, reliable, efficient service you will not find anywhere else.
|Hours of Operation:|
|Monday :||8:00 AM -||5:00 PM|
|Tuesday :||8:00 AM -||5:00 PM|
|Wednesday :||8:00 AM -||5:00 PM|
|Thursday :||8:00 AM -||5:00 PM|
|Friday :||8:00 AM -||5:00 PM|
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Restaurant Equipment & Supplies denote the business of manufacturing & supplying equipment to restaurants in & around Altoona. Restaurant equipment include all the utensils, cooking wares, table accessories, heating & cooling devices, and many more.
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