Menu Boards

Look what the menu’s on!

We eat with our eyes first, and a great menu is just as important as what it’s printed on. ARC uses premium materials to create a professional look and feel that will entice appetites and show off all of your tasty dishes!

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Any list or graphical display of a food item or items, as well as their price(s), put in and visible within or outside a covered food service establishment for the purpose of ordering via a drive-through window is referred to as a menu board.

The solid wood plank looks like other menu boards, but it’s made of real wood. It’s available in 1/2" and 1/4" thicknesses. They are available in two stain colors: alder and walnut.

A menu is a list of the foods that will be served at a certain meal, in a precise order. The menu is an important part of the food service concept since it defines the product offering, creates critical financial viability components such as price and contribution margin, and serves as a potent marketing tool.

A digital menu board is an electronic and modern display of your menu that is typically displayed on a television screen. They’re usually posted on the wall so that customers entering may see the menu right away. Customers may see what they can get on digital menu boards before they approach the cash register.

A digital menu is a digitized version of a restaurant menu that guests can access by scanning QR codes. Customers who visit your restaurant can use their smartphone camera to scan QR codes from their tables.

A digital menu board replaces your traditional signs and posters. It shows a more realistic expectation of what your food looks like, giving you the opportunity to draw people in and make them hungry. A digital menu gives you better control over where your customer’s eyes go.

What is the price of a digital menu board system? A two-screen digital menu board system will cost roughly $1,600 in hardware. The digital signage software and support should cost roughly $50 per month.

1.Make the text as large as feasible. 2.Reduce the amount of information you have. Keep your descriptions short and sweet. On a menu board, less is always more. 3.Experiment with different fonts. Fonts can be changed to make more space and improve readability. 4.Create a visual show. More screens are sometimes required to cover your entire menu.

Use only a soft, non-abrasive cloth, such as microfiber or linen. Paper towels should never be used on laminated menus because they are too abrasive and will harm the lamination if used repeatedly. Cleaner, disinfectant, or sanitizer should not be sprayed directly on the menu. Always spray the cloth and use it to wipe the menu.

Menu display boards range in size from 19 12" W x 25" H for a single panel to 179 1/16" W x 25" H for a 10-panel board.

A digital menu appears to be an interface that allows users to peruse a restaurant’s menu. This is not to be confused with a “digital menu board,” which a diner can view by QR code on their smartphone or mobile device.

A digital menu is a digitized version of a restaurant menu that guests can access by scanning QR codes. Customers who visit your restaurant can use their smartphone camera to scan QR codes from their tables.

Apply a tiny amount of cleanser to a damp microfiber or similar disposable towel or cloth; do not use a wet cloth. To disinfect screens, use alcohol-based wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol.