Diana A. O'Brien - Fort Lauderdale FL
Leo J. O'Brien - Fort Lauderdale FL
A rotatable food tray for use in combination with an outdoor patio table having an umbrella. The food tray includes a centrally disposed aperture to accommodate the support post of the umbrella. A base support member is placed beneath the food tray for free rotation of the tray in relation to the table. The support member can be placed directly on the eating surface, or alternatively, placed at any position along the length of the umbrella support post by use of extension posts or support pins associated with the umbrella post. The rotatable tray is available for placement of foods, utensils, and like items utilized during a meal, allowing ease of access by manual rotation of the tray. An inner and outer raised lip is provided about the periphery of the tray to contain fluid spills. The device can be made into a two tier or three tier apparatus by placement of additional rotatable trays at a predetermined distance above the base rotatable tray.