Check out the multiple ways you can secure your menu inserts in your menu covers with the different binding options.
Plaza Style refers to the 4 catch corners to hold the menu inserts
Riviera Style refers to the top and bottom flaps generally 3/4" wide to hold the menu inserts
Lexington Style refers to the picture frame style that allows for the menu insert to be held in on all 4 sides. Top loaded
Carleton Ring Binder
Carleton Ring Binder is just that a metal ring riveted to the spine or back cover to hold multiple pages. Great for drink books, or wine list
Carmel Style is our screws and post option sometimes referred to as Captains Book. Inside these menus feature a material flange with holes drilled to hold screws and posts
Tucson Style is an option for screws and post to be exposed on the outside of the cover making it easier to change out the menu inserts.
Carson style refers to the elastic binding which can hold a booklet type menu. Can be made with double eyelets or single eyelets