Top Tips for Making Menu Boards Pop

September 11, 2012 No Comments

“For our buffet, the price list is bright, simple and easy to see.”
– Kenny Kimbell

“The best menu board is on a TV screen that flashes a picture of the food, video and individual menu items.” – Jerry Barton

“Keep things as concise as possible, not busy and cluttered.”
– Mark Foley

“We have 45-inch computer screen that projects the menu in the restaurant and table toppers.”
– Brandon Serletic

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