Belavi Wooden Bar Cart Coming to Aldi

Last Updated on July 9, 2023

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Back in the 19th century, tea trolleys became a popular item among high society folks in both the United States and across the pond in the United Kingdom. If you had guests over, you would invariably serve them tea, and the trolley made that easy and efficient. In those days, if you hired paid help, that help would wheel the tea and china into the living area, and together you could take your tea with your conversation. Your maid or butler would then wheel the tea back out, leaving the space less cluttered.

In the United States, the tea trolley later spawned a typically American offshoot: the bar cart. This cart could hold all the tools of the alcoholic trade, which more often than not also reflected high society conventions. You could roll in a bottle of wine and glasses, or stock it with the tools to make a cocktail. If you watched movies from the early-to-mid 20th century, you might have spotted a bar cart in a home or in a restaurant.

Bar carts faded from popularity in the late 20th century as houses got bigger and started including built-in bars, such as those you see in finished basements. They never fully disappeared, though, and as a testament to how things can come back into style, bar carts are enjoying a bit of a resurgence.

And we all know how Aldi likes to ride the wave of a trend.

What We Know:

Belavi Wooden Bar Cart

The Belavi Wooden Bar Cart (Product Code: 707165) is an Aldi Find. Each store will get a single stock of the carts, and once they’re sold out, they’re sold out. Aldi doesn’t ship products online, so if you can’t track it down in your local store, you’re out of luck. As far as we can tell, this product is new to Aldi for 2022, so we don’t know if it will be a fixture in future years or if this is a one-time item.

At the time of this post, the cart costs $89.99. Most bar carts I found online were a lot more expensive, so from a price perspective this seems like a pretty good deal.

Here’s more information on the bar cart, according to Aldi:

  • Dimensions: 23.62″ x 31.28″ x 35.43″
  • Features removable top tray
  • Includes wheels for easy transport
  • Attached beverage rack holds 3 drinks
  • Easy assembly
  • Weight limit per tray: 25 lb.
  • Comes with a one-year warranty

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried out this bar cart, so we don’t know how easily it assembles, how stable and sturdy it is, how well the space works, how easily it folds up, or how long it lasts. We created this open thread for users to share their experiences.

Do you have experience with this cart? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Hi there I bought one of these carts earlier today and it was missing two pieces. The handle rod and the rod below that to hold the top tray. Such a shame. Went back two hours later to exchange it and they were already sold out.

  2. This is a Aldi great shop…however for me without instructions this is not a easy fix…& how do you get a warranty without a way to apply…a thumbs down for me…it will be returned….NEXT!

    • You don’t have to apply or register in advance for a warranty with Aldi. If a problem develops with your product, you simply contact the warranty provider via the contact information printed on your product manual or via the warranty sheet that comes with the product.

  3. Does anyone that purchased one know if it folds up ?

  4. Does anyone have the contact information for the Belavi company? Apparently when I threw out the box I threw out the instructions as well.

  5. Bought it, found to be WITHOUT instruction / install manual. Cannot find it online. Did ANYONE receive this?
    Thank you.

  6. I bought two of these at christmas last year, one for myself and one for my neighbor because we do a lot of patioing in the summer. Feeling rather productive today, we thought we’d get them put together in advance for our joint cookout tomorrow.
    Mistakes were made. The biggest of which being having wasted my money on these absolute abominations.
    The actual parts weren’t labeled, which may have actually been a blessing considering the hardware,quite a bit of which was missing, was mislabeled. The instructions were unclear and failed to mention that you actually need a drill for this project because the “guide holes” are little more than an indent in the wood, roughly where these huge screws are meant to go.
    It did initially occur to me that I may have been the problem, but then I remembered that I’ve successfully put together bed frames, roll top desks, entertainment centers, and Ikea bookshelves without even a fraction of the difficulty of these “easy assembly” carts, of which we only actually ended up with one once we’d pooled hardware. Also, it takes less time to prep/cook/clean up from an entire thanksgiving dinner than it took to get that one crappy cart put together. And as far as stability? My old three legged dog was sturdier than this cart.
    Save your time, money and sanity by buying LITERALLY anything else. An actual pile of turds would cause less grief.

  7. Aldi is selling a different bar cart the week of April 3rd, 2024.

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