If you are a web designer, nothing is more important than equipping your restaurant client with a reliable content management system. Usability, responsiveness, looks and social media interactivity take second place when you need your client to be able to update the site on their own. Fortunately, some of the best free WordPress themes deliver awesome designs, excellent user experiences and the power of WordPress’ easy to use CMS.
If you are a restaurant owner, you already have a busy schedule. With ordering supplies, creating menus, managing employees and promoting your business, it may seem like a daunting task to start promoting yourself online. When you download a WordPress theme and use the content management system, you don’t have to worry about updating and maintenance as often as building a site from scratch. The website layouts on this list are perfect for all types of restaurants. They will work for anything from fine Italian to small ocean bistro. Take a look and see which of these 11 best free WordPress themes for restaurants works for your business’ needs.
Linguini is a timeless WordPress theme that lets customers know that your restaurant takes pride in the food it serves. With its lush farmland background, it conveys the sense that everything is organic and farm-to-table fresh. For designers, the theme is ultra-fast, responsive on mobile devices and supports customization for logos, favicons and widgets.
Are you looking for a new and clever way to show off your menu items and the interior of your restaurant? Redminton is one of the best free WordPress themes that gives you a grid-based design that lets users see all you have to offer, especially if they are viewing on a tablet.
Moonrise is a responsive and minimalist website layout that is perfect for displaying a no frills environment. It is best for restaurants that focus on simple menus and a lively atmosphere. Coffee shops, cafes, and other businesses that go off the beaten path can benefit greatly from Moonrise.
Igloo is one of the best free WordPress templates for showing off a lot of information on the screen at once. Right below the navigation bar, you get a large slideshow that lets you show off several photos. Under that is room for quotes and other photos that lead users to designated parts of your website.
When it comes to large, photo-based web design template, you aren’t going to fin many better than Foxy. This WordPress template gives you the chance to use a high-res photo and place several navigation widgets on top of it for user experience needs.
Lucullan is a great WordPress template for restauranteurs who have a high-class menu, but don’t want their design overshadowing the food. It gives you a solid background, easy access to navigation, and ample space to place your contact information at the top.
Bistro is the opposite of Lucullan in that it is flashy and lets you show of your most culinary adventurous creations with a huge photo display. It gives you a great color palette for customization and several apps for calendars, bookings, specials and even Google Maps.
Milano is a great responsive template that looks beautiful on tablets and mobile devices. It is unique because of its huge photo display and navigation bar located in the middle of the page. It also allows users to customize widgets and apps at the bottom for social media connectivity.
This template is classy, functional, and a little adventurous. It will give your users an easy way to navigate your website with the easy to see menu at the top. Its use of cool, easy-to-read fonts gives it a classy edge. The photo in the middle gives you the opportunity to show off specials or best-selling menu items.
This is the best possible WordPress theme to download if you are promoting a beach-side bar, taco joint, or seafood shack. The entire theme gives off an airy, casual vibe that really allows you to show off the personality of your establishment.
Perhaps the opposite of an airy beach bar, Iron Bull gives off an Americana vibe that lets users know they are in for some serious meat chowing. The template uses bold lettering and let’s you show off huge slabs of steak, pork or burgers without letting much else get in the way.
If you are a designer, make sure you teach your client how to use the WordPress CMS So they do not have any confusion and do not need to call you about minor technical difficulties. If you are a restaurant owner, make sure to have your designer customize your free WordPress theme to your specific needs. The best part of these themes is that what you see in the photos provided can be changed to your very specific logos and brand image.
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