Be That Design created, designed, wrote, and implemented both a temporary and permanent website for Firefly Kitchen & Bar within an extremely short time period.
Their work was completed on time and on budget with very high quality. Their work was creative and on-brand despite not having a great deal of time or experience with the brand.
Patrick Droesch: Former COO/President, Lone Star Steakhouse, Texas Land & Cattle, and Firefly Kitchen & Bar
Once you’ve determined your restaurant’s personality, we use our design skills to craft a menu to entice your guests.
From highlighting your specialties to featuring items that please — first and foremost, we help you create an inviting, highly readable and enjoyment-filled menu. When designing menus, we consider all things that make your restaurant yours so you can keep your guests loyalty and interest.
Email marketing is a consistent way to keep your loyal guests thinking about their next dining experience.
By featuring happy hour specials, limited-time events, tasting menus, and seasonal specials your brand can remain top of mind and become part of your guests’ favorite spots.
Your website should be a reflection of who your customers are looking for.
Engage, inform, and imagine. Give potential diners a sense of what their experience will be like, including kickstarting their appetite at first sight and making it a snap to find what they are looking for.
It’s important to make your restaurant known by expanding brand awareness into the community in which you operate.
Create new and closer relationships with your community of current and potential guests by leaving a lasting impression.
local store marketing
point of purchase
New menu items, limited time offers, seasonal promotions, holidays, catering, delivery and more.
You have a lot of ideas to get guests in the door and we help you communicate the specials of the day, week, and beyond. Changing up the look of ongoing promotions is key to attracting and re-attracting attention of your guests.
Menus, ordering paths, pickup, grab and go … visiting your location shouldn’t overwhelm your guests’ path to purchase.
Creating an obvious path for a variety of visit types starts with excellent space planning. From digital menus to 3D signs, balance, scale, and clarity create a positive guest experience.