The style of your drink menu should depend on the atmosphere of your establishment. If you already have table top menus and/or food menus, we recommend your drink menus match well with these. Menus are the #1 marketing tool for food and beverage establishments so businesses should place emphasis on consistent branding. Read on for different types of wine and drink menus available.
Board menus come in different styles, materials, and colors. A wood, bamboo, or faux wood is a popular material used with board menus and is great for those seeking the rustic or vintage look.
Recommended for: Speakeasy cocktail bars, sports bars, dive bars
Have a pretty lengthy menu? Are you regularly changing your menu? Do you want your specials and upcoming events and deals included in your menu? This is a good go-to because it provides bars the opportunity to change the menu quickly and without any hassle.
Recommended for: Casual settings, sports bars, dive bars
If you really want your nightclub to shine amongst the rest, the innovative LED menu is an attractive option. These menus light up and set the mood for dark bars. They also have multiple settings.
Recommended for: Dim settings, upscale establishments, nightclubs
Coil Bound Menus
High-volume establishments should be careful to select a menu that will last. Coil bound menus are easy to clean and highly durable. Like ring binders, they also offer room for pages of menu options.
Recommended for: High-volume establishments, outdoor settings, sports bars, dive bars
Book menus have the room for pages of menu options but offer a more sophisticated look than ring binders and coil bound menus. You can customize these into a more unique menu appearance that guests value.
Recommended for: Chain bars, large bars