Print Quality Dine-In Menus at a Great Price

Measuring 8.5” x 11”, full page menus offer you plenty of room for your food and beverage listings. You can promote your restaurant best by printing in full color on both sides, leaving multiple opportunities to place photographs and artwork. Custom printed menus come on white 14pt cardstock that enhances color and makes photos jump off the page. 

Choose a high-gloss UV finish to emphasize color clarity and depth, or a matte finish for a more formal look. We use a 33 Quality Checkpoint System to ensure your printed menus come out looking great every time. You have a selection of quick turnaround options to pick from, including 3 days, next business day, and same day turnaround when your press-ready files are in by 10 AM Pacific Time. 


  • Full page menus print on 14pt cardstock or 100 lb. gloss cover
  • Print in full, vibrant color on both sides
  • Easy online ordering of custom printed menus
  • Competitive menu printing prices, coupled with incredible quality!

Marketing Tips 

Full-page menus offer maximum flexibility in design and can be used by restaurants at all ends of the price spectrum. The way you use the format can reinforce a message of formality, price accessibility, comfort, or theme - it all depends on your needs. 

Whether you’re managing an inexpensive eatery or an up-and-coming dining establishment, you can use the format to make your food and beverage offerings more desirable. Custom printed menus are ideal for an array of restaurants including:

  • Bakeries
  • Coffee shops
  • Bars
  • Diners
  • Bistros

If you have a limited menu, you can use color photographs of each item to build appetite and encourage ordering. Customers appreciate photos as a way to help them decide what to order. Putting photos of enticing items like desserts or coffee drinks on the menu can prompt orders, adding to your bottom line. 

We offer competitive menu printing prices, and because you can print in full color on both sides of our custom printed menus, you can include as many photos as you want. If you offer more items than you can fit on a single menu, consider dividing your menu into “Breakfast,” “Lunch,” “Dinner,” “Dessert,” and “Drinks” and printing separate menus for each.

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