Tabletop signs can be a great tool for indicating reserved tables or organizing your numbered order service system.
Display your food selection in an eye-catching manner with menu sign boards and stands.
Advertising Signs and Boards
From A-frame sign boards to LED sign options, we carry all the advertising signs and boards you need for your establishment.
Informational and Compliance Signs
Every restaurant needs informational and compliance signs, like restroom and no smoking signs, to maintain a clean and safe environment.
Chalkboards and whiteboards are multi-purpose boards that can be used to display daily specials, beer lists, or other changing information.
Restaurant Signage Accessories
Products like sign letters and chalk markers are important restaurant signage accessories that help you update your message effortlessly.
- Bagel Baskets and Pastry Baskets
- Chafing Dish Fuel
- Insulated Beverage Dispensers
- Bun / Sheet Pans
- Candy Molds
- Insulated Beverage Dispenser Parts and Accessories
- Insulated Food Servers
- Uninsulated Beverage Dispenser Parts and Accessories
- Ingredient Bowls
- Novelty Plastic Barware
- Pie / Cake Cutters and Markers
- Sample Domes, Display Trays and Covers
- Pastry Stamps
- Waitress Stalls / Service Rails
- Cast Iron Cookware
- Deli Signs
Our selection of restaurant signs features a variety of products to inform your customers and staff of important information. With styles like chalkboard, dry-erase, LED, and cork board, you’re sure to find a message board to suit your needs. For other signage in your business, check out our wet floor, stanchion, and deli signs. If you're wondering where to buy restaurant signs, we have a large selection of restaurant signs for sale at the lowest prices.
Attract Diners with Your Outdoor Restaurant Sign
When it comes to attracting diners, you're given just a small window of time for patrons to pass, read your restaurant sign, and decide if they'll eat at your establishment. So how can you capture customers in those precious seconds? We've got the signage tips and tricks to attract - and win over - customers at your dining venue. 1. Stay Visible First and foremost, your sign should be visible at all times. That goes for patio easels , business logos, sidewalk and roadside signs , neon restaurant signs , and more. Bigger is Better. Keep your restaurant sign tall and large so it can be spotted by those walking or driving by. If you're located in a tourist-heavy area, consider investing in billboard, roadside sign , or car top sign to pique the interest of hungry travelers. Be sure to include easy directions on your billboard or roadside sign that even an out-of-towner can follow. For example, "Right Off of Exit 20" or "Turn Left on Main Street." Consider Alternate Views. An A-frame sidewalk sign is great for those walking by, but if you're at a busy roadside area, cars will block the view to customers walking across the street. Trees and even curbside plants can obstruct views as well. Consider placing another form of signage at eye-level height or higher on your windows, awning, or rooftop. And if you're located on a corner, don't forget to work all angles! Be sure to comply with local regulations regarding fire codes and blocking rooftop views. Work with the Space You've Got. If your storefront doesn't lend itself to signs, consider other creative routes. Use colorful markers on your café or ice cream parlor windows. Place a memorable and iconic object in front of your restaurant (an old car painted with your logo, a mascot, unique landscape, a unique lamp, or a rooftop decoration). Paint your awning, entrance steps, and other architecture with eye-catching colors and an appealing design. Advertise Day and Night. Marketing doesn't stop when the sun goes down. Purcha
Wet and Dry Erase Markers Buying Guide
From daily specials to live entertainment, special events, and other important information, advertising in the foodservice industry relies heavily on the text we write and the images we draw. But with so many options out there, deciding on the perfect writing utensil for the job can be a little tricky. This guide is here to help. Use it to learn all about the markers you need to maximize your marketing efforts for successful promotions every time.
How to Write a Menu Describing Your Food
Words have power. Whether they're used in advertisements, newsprint, menu templates , or everyday conversation, the words you choose make the difference between a yes or a no, a smile or a frown, even a sale or a loss. This is especially true when you're relying on printed words to convey an idea — the lack of tone, facial expressions, and interpersonal back-and-forth makes it difficult to persuade someone, much less convey an idea in the first place. Couple that with the limited space, and it can be a chore to describe something correctly while making it enticing. Appearance, Texture, and Taste Before you can find the right words, it's important to examine the different sensations associated with food — namely appearance, texture, and taste. The appearance of a food is important because, like the cliché says, we all eat with our eyes. Making a food look appetizing is almost as important as how it tastes. Describing how it looks can be done in a number of different ways, but appearance can best be described with everything from simple colors (like "brown" or "green") to image-heavy adjectives (like "a sprinkle of sugar " or "a dab of butter"). Another consideration for your food is texture. Whether your chicken tenders are crispy or your chocolate mousse is creamy, the proper texture can make or break a dish. Because of this, matching the right texture words to the right dishes is critical. Words like "succulent" and "tender" are ideal for savory dishes, while "creamy" and "fluffy" are great for desserts . The final and most obvious consideration is taste. The flavor of your food is typically what most people remember most often. Whether it's sweet, sour, savory, salty, or bitter, it will stay in a customer's memory. If filet mignon has the perfect taste, a customer will remember that. If it's over-salted, they'll remember that too. It's the basic premise of the whole foodservice industry — taste is king. The possibilities for describing a flavor are nearly endless.
Use Restaurant Business Signs to Communicate with Your Customers
Every restaurant needs signs to share information with customers. Whether you’re calling attention to your hostess stand to improve the flow of foot traffic or are complying with safety regulations by installing exit signs, we carry all the signage you need for a functioning restaurant space. Additionally, products like chalkboards and whiteboards are easy to update daily, making them a perfect choice for beer lists or menu specials.
In addition to restaurant signs, we also offer accessories, like sign letters and easels. These items make it easy to create an attractive sign that can be changed or relocated as frequently or infrequently as you want. So, no matter if you’re installing business signs with permanent messages or options to be updated daily, you can find the products you need right here.