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The Impact of Menu Covers on Restaurant Branding and Customer Experience

The Impact of Menu Covers on Restaurant Branding and Customer Experience

As you welcome patrons into your restaurant, the menu serves as a silent ambassador of your establishment’s brand — and its cover sets the stage for the culinary journey ahead. A menu cover is more than a protective casing. It is a branding powerhouse that captures the essence of your restaurant, conveying your commitment to quality, style, and the overall dining experience. Custom menu covers, crafted with care and attention to detail, can significantly enhance this narrative, transforming your menu…

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Types of Menu Covers: A Comprehensive Guide for Restaurant Owners

Types of Menu Covers: A Comprehensive Guide for Restaurant Owners

As a restaurant owner, your menu cover is more than just a protective exterior for your menu paper. It’s an integral part of the dining experience and a reflection of your establishment’s identity. Choosing the right menu cover can convey your restaurant’s personality, ensure the durability of your menus, and enhance the overall aesthetic appeal. The material, design, and functionality of your menu covers have significant implications for both customer perception and daily operations. From classic leather menu covers to…

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How to Choose the Perfect Menu Covers for Your Restaurant

How to Choose the Perfect Menu Covers for Your Restaurant

A restaurant’s menu cover is more than just a protective case; it’s a critical branding element. Not to mention, a well-designed menu cover can elevate the customer experience. So, when it comes to choosing your menu holders, what are the most important things to consider? The right menu cover sets the tone for a dining experience, serving as a tangible extension of your restaurant’s identity and the culinary journey ahead. It conveys a message before a single dish is ordered,…

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Hanging tough at Olde Bryan Inn, Saratoga

Hanging tough at Olde Bryan Inn, Saratoga

The Olde Bryan Inn of Saratoga Springs has hung tough over these past few months through a combination of staff grit, customer loyalty and by keeping a positive attitude. Like every other hospitality business shuttered during the Coronavirus, the doors of the 40-year-old landmark restaurant were shut by orders of the state on March 16; at which point, the management and staff of the legendary restaurant —which makes its home in a historic property that has existed since the Revolutionary…

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The Chatham Inn wins hearts on the Cape

The Chatham Inn wins hearts on the Cape

Steps away from the beach, shops and art galleries of Cape Cod stands an inn so special it was ranked by Trip Advisor as the number 1 most romantic hotel in New England. The 1830s structure, renovated in creamy tones and modern coastal décor, has consistently attracted customers to its doors since husband-wife hoteliers Jeff and Kayla Ippoliti took over the property four years ago. Their dream was to “go big” in the quaint, seaside town they loved. “My wife…

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Simple, seasonal menu offered at seaside mansion

Simple, seasonal menu offered at seaside mansion

The Peter Shields Inn sits like nobility on the shore of Cape May, N.J. Steps away from the beach, where the sounds of sunbathers and seagulls mingle on salty air, presides the grand, white Georgian Revival in all its 109-year-old glory. With a white-pillared grand entrance and back doors that open onto a terrace for dining, the summer home of turn-of-the-century businessman Peter Shields lives on as a romantic destination restaurant and inn. Boasting nine beautifully appointed guest rooms and…

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Reimagining The Saddle River Inn

Reimagining The Saddle River Inn

Glancing around the converted 1790s strawberry barn, chef Jamie Knott turned to his business partner David Madison and exclaimed, “This is it!” As light from sconces danced off the rough-hewn pine walls that have withstood hundreds of years, Knott began to reimagine the iconic Saddle River Inn, owned and operated since 1981 by restaurateurs Imelda and Hans Egg, as the place where his dreams of restaurant ownership could come to fruition. “I still remember the night. We’d been privately looking…

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