Restaurant & BAR
Website Design

Your menu online, easy to update prices, items and more. Link your current online ordering system!


Has a day gone by where someone didn’t take out their phone, take a picture of their food plate, eating their food, drinking, or tapping glasses all while giving the camera a peace sign? Probably not. Let’s show them how it’s done with beautiful photos and video of your food! Food photos are the easiest way to draw in customers. Let us help you design a website that makes people crave your food.


Is your menu hard to find? Is the only way to look at your menu on your online ordering system? When customers get redirected to your online ordering system is it mobile friendly?

These are problems we as restaurant patrons have personally had as well as complaints we hear from friends and family. Many times we have heard “you need to call [insert restaurant here], their menu on the website is way outdated!”

These new customers are missed opportunities for new regulars. Let us help you fix these problems!

Restaurant Websites that Generate Actual Foot Traffic

Easy to Use, Mobile Friendly Websites

Websites that can be integrated into the POS system you already have and the online ordering you already worked so hard to set up!

Vine & Olive

With 15,000 – 20,000 page views each month this restaurant has an online only menu operation (paper menu by request only) and QR codes on the tables to access the menu page. This website menu has to be updated on the fly so that prices, ingredients and menu items are always correct.

Moonlight Drive-In

With the ambiance of the 1960’s this restored landmark of Titusville needed a website to reflect it’s image. Moonlight has viewers from all over the country that visit and many new locals find this website searching Google for Burgers and Shakes!

Quinn's Bar & Restaurant

This American style restaurant went from being known as the “country club bar” to a new spot in town with this rebranding of Quinn’s at LaCita in Titusville. With the help of a new Google Listing to separate the “club” from the restaurant open to the public this spot got a boost of new customers!

Tasty Greens

This website is a distributor to local restaurants for micro greens. Again, with the help of a Google Maps listing imported into Bing this distributor brought on enough new vendors to expand their operation.