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9 Mouth-Wateringly Creative Restaurant Business Cards

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 8, 2017 2:35:00 PM / by Henry Fan

Whether you run a 5-star restaurant, low-key bar & grill, upscale catering service, or some other food company, you'll encounter the same struggle of branding your business and enticing foodies to come and sample your delicious meals. It doesn't matter if your brand is luxurious, modern, or down-home; we have the capability of creating the perfect restaurant business card to showcase your style, and we'll prove it!

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Restaurant Business Cards that Sizzle!

These business cards are the scrumptious, fun, or dazzling brand materials of great restaurants, and we're happy to share them:

1. Flavor Caters

die-cut foil catering business card

With the famous silk cards texture and a gorgeous die cut with foil inlay, this card is thick, tactile, and sleek, providing the perfect brand image of a catering company offering culinary excellence and high-end wedding service.

2. Jack's Gourmet

thick die-cut gourmet kitchen business card

The die-cut logo might be the centerpiece to this card, but look at the gorgeous colored edge in contrast with the dark brown. We love the colors on this gourmet kitchen's business card, and the thickness brings real weight to it.

3. King David

foil restaurant business card with rounded edges

This premium restaurant went REGAL with their business cards. The soft yellow with the gold foil emanates warmth and luxury, making you feel as if you'll be treated like royalty as they serve you. This is an expert use of rounded corners to give it a different shape, and the faint background texture is simply beautiful.

4. Lovely and Sweet

square restaurant business card in suede

With a minimalist design and the unique square shape, this business card turns heads. The choice of textured foil for the dainty letters also gives it some character, and the suede material is oh-so-soft!

5. Maku Japanese Modern Fusion

frosted restaurant business card

This frosted card uses white blocking for the stark contrast of white against translucent plastic, giving this Japanese restaurant a modern look and durable feel. The ink splatter effect is an especially good choice paired with the swirls of their logo.

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6. Saffron Indian Cuisine

foil indian restaurant business card with rounded edges

Color is important in Indian culture, and this Indian restaurant brings that culture to life with this gorgeous card. The curls in the Fs mirror the rounded corners perfectly, and the orange foil only adds more fire to the vibrant orange and yellow background gradient. 

7. Say Cheese!

custom die-cut business card with holes

If this restaurant's main focus is cheese, they've sure found a delightful way to show it. With custom die-cut to transform the business card into the shape of swiss cheese, the most impressive part of this card is not just the edges holes in the edges but the holes inside the card itself.

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8. Surehands Chefs

frosted restaurant business card

Here's another great example of white blocking on a frosted plastic card, and this time it uses the negative space to define the knives. Brilliant!

8. Toast

funny die-cut business card shape

Just like with the cheese restaurant above, this business card uses the custom die-cut to its advantage in order to create a custom shape that perfectly reflects this brand. In this case, we have a business card that looks like a piece of toast! That's sure to be a conversation starter.

You can get even more inspiration in person by requesting one of our sample packs. Your business card can be just and awe-inspiring as your gourmet dishes! 

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Topics: business cards, restaurant marketing

Henry Fan

Written by Henry Fan

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