For restaurants, it can be difficult to let consumers know that you are open and what you’re serving at this time. Restaurants have had to find new ways to print out their menus while providing customers with sanitary access. Read below on some unique ways businesses have used menu printing to their advantage:
Sedona Taphouse, located in Phoenixville, PA found an interesting alternative to menus when they opened their doors back up to limited seating. Instead of handing out physical menus to each customer, they printed out menu-sized QR codes and had them taped to each table at their restaurant. Those who came in to eat could simply scan the code on their phone and have the menu pop up on their screen. These codes were covered in plastic so they could be easily sanitized. This unique take on a menu saves the business from worrying about contaminated menus or running out of clean ones.
Persimmons Waterfront Restaurant located in New Bern, NC has switched to disposable paper menus. By using these disposable menus, they are able to ensure their customers are not spreading germs by repeatedly using a regular menu. These single-use menus can be printed showcasing your restaurant’s new limited menu if needed. Let customers know they can take the menu home for take-out ordering later.
Keep customers craving more with Media Copy’s restaurant menu printing. Add your menu and updated business information to takeout orders or mail them out to surrounding areas with our direct mailing services so that your customers can know you’re open and ready to serve.