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  1. How to build a restaurant (or café) website

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  2. Define the goal(s) of your restaurant website

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  3. Know whom you want to feed/serve

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  4. Decide on the basic design elements of your restaurant website

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  5. Make the homepage and the menu bar simple

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  6. Write About page copy

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  7. Don’t spend too much time customizing the Contact page

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  8. Add content to the Menu page

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  9. Make sure that the Booking/Reservations page is up and running

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  10. Use the power of the Gallery page

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  11. Add a News section

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  12. Promote your restaurant (website)

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  13. It’s your time to shine – go and build your restaurant website

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When it comes to the Reservations page, we have two tips to share: make sure that the page works and don’t clog the page with unnecessary information.

When it comes to the Reservations page, all you need is a booking form that has one field for the date of the reservation, one for the time, and one for the number of parties. Additionally, site visitors should also be able to leave names, emails, and phone numbers. If you want to show just how much you care about each and every customer, you can add a field in which customers can write down their dietary requirements.

If you offer private event reservations, for weddings, for example, be sure to include a contact of your event management team.

Bonus tip: In cases when site visitors choose a date that is not available, you could suggest them to join the waitlist, by providing the Join Our Waitlist button on the Reservations page.

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