Harlem Restaurant in Toronto celebrates the 1920s musical renaissance in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood. The menu, printed to look like a vinyl record, features retro cocktails and soul food.
11-25-2014 Menu Development
Oversized fonts and the red-and-black color scheme are differentiators. A bonus—baby boomers won’t need their glasses to read it.
11-18-2014 Menu Development
The lengthy roster of deli sandwiches listed on this menu could easily overwhelm, but the simple graphic treatment and upfront positioning of prices make it user-friendly.
11-13-2014 Menu Development
Customers can pull up the menu from a slot in the table; headings such as “Begin” and “Catch Inspired” spark interest.
10-28-2014 Menu Development
This menu is divided into the typical sections—sandwiches, entrees (hot plates), sides and more—but each is defined by stylized type and whimsical drawings of animals and food.
08-13-2014 Menu Development
At Brown Bag Seafood in Chicago, the menu is printed on a brown paper bag to reinforce the fast-casual’s name and marketing message.
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