What we call a "single booth" is the booth at each end of a row of booth openings. It has one back and one seat, and can be any length (for one, two, three, or more people).

A "double booth" is a booth in between two tables, with two backs, and two seats. Like a single booths, a double can be any length (for one, two, three, or more people).

As an example, for two table openings along one wall, there would be two single booths and one double booth. For four table openings along one wall, there would be two single booths and three double booths.

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