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Best Websites of 2016: Fast Casual, Bakeries & Food Trucks

A roundup of our favorite restaurant website designs

Call us shallow, but it’s important to have a website that looks good, in addition to being functional and informative. What your site looks like is just as important as the information on it, because the whole package reflects what your guests will experience when they walk through your door. It doesn’t matter if your business is fast casual, a food truck, fine dining, or anything in between—having a beautiful website will capture guests online and draw them in the door.

For inspiration, we rounded up some of the best-looking BentoBox restaurant websites of 2016, under three different categories: Fast Casual, Coffee & Bakeries, and Food Trucks. Here are our top picks for these categories. Stay tuned for more categories to come.

Fast Casual

Sacks Sandwiches

Los Angeles, CA

a screen shot Sack Sandwiches

Sacks took a “simple snack” and made a “serious upgrade.” They show they mean business with their colorful, smartly branded website.

Little Gem’s website is just that.  It’s simple and sleek with high-quality photosand easy navigation to boot.

Souvla

San Francisco, CA

souvlasf.com a screen shot of Souvla website

Souvla’s philosophy: make it nice and be nice. Their website pretty much covers it.  

Titos' Burritos & Wings

Various Locations, New Jersey

titosburritos.com Screenshot of Titos' Burritos & Wings website

The colors on this website are fun and invitingjust like Tito's.  

Coffee & Bakeries

Liberty Bakery

Vancouver, BC

liberty-bakery.com a screenshot of Liberty Bakery website

The branding on this website makes it feel like you’re in the bakery, even if you’re nowhere near Vancouver.

The Blue Stove

Brooklyn, NY

thebluestove.com screenshot of blue stove website

The details on The Blue Stove’s website are simply stunning. We love  the way the color scheme matches the bakery’s interior (and name).

Zaro’s Bakery

New York, NY

zaro.com a screen shot of Zaro's website

As soon as you open Zaro’s website, it’s clear that Zaro’s is a family-run bakery. Not only is it written front and center, but the (large) family photo lets you know right away—you’re going to be taken care of here.

Two Guns Espresso

Los Angeles, CA

twogunsespresso.com a screen shot of Two Guns Espresso website

We love getting a peek of the cafe’s interior and the coffee action shots.

Food Trucks

The Taco Truck

Hoboken, NJ

Screenshot of The Taco Truck website

We love the clean photography and photos of guests enjoying themselves at the truck. We also like how easy it is to find the truck by having the "Find A Location" button front and center of the website.

Lobster Dogs

Charlotte, NC

lobsterdogsfoodtruck.com a screenshot of Lobster Dogs website

What we love about this website? This isn’t just an ordinary food trucks. The site is simple and clean with stunning photography that lets the food speak for itself. 

Swizzler

Various Locations, Virginia

Screenshot of swizzler's website

As Swizzler likes to say,  "we saw in the hot dog what Dr. Dre saw in Eminem: potential." BentoBox saw the same thing for the food truck's website. The fun, swizzly hot dogs combined with the bright colors help create a whimsical website.  


Check out more hospitality focused website design from BentoBox right this way. Like any website design in particular? You can ask us about it here.