We’ve worked with businesses ranging from local diners to world-renowned restaurants, and each and every one of them has a unique atmosphere and a unique brand. For over 20 years we’ve built our business on fully custom work, and our expert engineers will seek to understand your brand and create something that fits with the marketing efforts you’ve already started. That way, we’ll contribute to a truly memorable integrated dining experience.
Menus are a huge part of our business, and we believe they should be much more than just lists of dishes and prices. Our custom menus include eye-popping pictures, classy embroidery and other techniques designed to make them look as memorable as possible. Of course, there also are practical matters to consider – menus get a lot of use, and they’re often in close proximity to food and drink. We do our own in-house lamination to help every menu we print stand up to whatever punishment your patrons dish out.
A Smorgasbord of Options
Over the course of nearly three decades in the industry, we’ve gained experience with just about every construction technique and every material available. Our specialized finishing touches include mounting, turned edge work and spot UV treatment, all in the name of making your menus and other printed materials pop as much as possible. We’ll break all the rules and pull out all the stops to really build your establishment’s brand.
You need a five-star chef to produce a five-star meal, and you need expert designers to produce a great design. That’s why we keep every aspect of the production process, from prototyping to assembly, in-house. We even do our own packaging and shipping. Because we take care of it all ourselves, we can guarantee completion on time and on budget to fit your establishment’s changing needs, and we do five-star work every time, no matter what.
Jose is by far the expert when it comes to high end packaging and finishing. I know that when I'm in a jam, Jose can back me up on his side. There is no project that is too small or too complicated that he can't solve.Mike DePaz - VP Marketing Services & Business Development