11 Menus That Look the Part
At Menu Designs, we're lucky enough to service restaurants, bars, corporate offices, and hotels all around the world. Over the years we have perfected the art of menu designing and now, we want to share a few of our favorites with you. These designs of the menus not only look nice, but they were strategically designed to match the branding and goals of the establishments they were made for.
We receive lots of requests design menus with a copper or aluminum window where the logo and establishment name is located, but here, we took it up a notch. Instead of adding the standard window in the upper center of the front cover, we switched it up and moved it over to the right side of the menu. This look is chic, sophisticated, and innovative.
This board menu is fun, functional, and simplistic. The menu is designed to easily replace the menu inserts but the front cover design is tactful enough to make a well-branded statement. If this menu doesn't scream gastropub, we don't know what does. The material of this menu is the Copper Kettle Harmony Tango and the logo is screenprinted.
The medallion plate on this menu cover really ties together the whole look. The look compliments the exquisiteness of this fine French restaurant and all of the establishment's interior design.
This is exactly the menu we imagine seeing when walking into The Men's Club. The logo ties in more than well with the genuine cork material. The logo was screenprinted in black to subtly advertise the intricate design.
This is the perfect menu for Palladium's atmosphere. It's large, dark, and intricate. The board menu style is great for functionality purposes. Board menus are ultra easy to stack and store or carry when you have limited time or hands. The board style is riviera and the menu is Purple Vivella Coag with a foil stamped logo.
This Tucson style menu cover is the perfect modern, industrial look for this hotel rooftop bar in Downtown Tucson. The binding is probably our favorite element of this menu as it pulls together the look. This menu is from the Verona Series in the eye-catching shade of Steel Metallic.
This establishment makes you feel like you're in the most eloquent and holistic parts of Asia. We had to replicate this cultural feel for Red Ginger's menu cover. The bamboo cover and red interior matched the establishment's atmosphere perfectly.
This breezy menu is perfect for the waterside views that Terrace Cafe presents. It's no surprise that this menu comes from our Tropical Series. The die cut window features a wicker linen insert and the logo is screenprinted.
The shape of this menu alone is unique, not to mention the Pink Pellaq Croco texture and glossy black screenprint logo. You can create this type of menu from our vivid Twilight Series.