There is a variety of different styles of plastic menu covers to choose from, providing a broad range of options for restaurant owners and managers to consider. With the different styles, designs and options these are ideal for everything from a small family-friendly restaurant to an upscale dining establishment.
There are many different benefits to consider with plastic menu covers, and they are perhaps the single most popular type of menu cover option used today. To understand why all types of venues favor them, stop and consider all the possibilities they offer.
No matter what kind of restaurant you have, messes, spills, and accidents are going to happen. When menus are on a table, either stored to the side or simply in use by patrons, they are going to be exposed to food, contact with water and liquids, and contact with hands. In addition, the plastic prevents the paper from becoming folded, torn or worn-looking, requiring fewer replacements for the individual menu pages and the cover as well.
With plastic menu covers, cleaning is easy and simple. A wipe down with a damp cloth can remove liquids, grease, and food items with damaging the actual menu pages themselves. This lowers the cost of menu replacement, which can be very costly depending on the type of menu.
The top manufacturers of plastic menu covers allow for full customization for a great many of their designs. With heat-sealed plastic or with standard colored plastic used in a book style of cover, custom sizing allows your restaurant to have the design and look of menus that suits the restaurant theme.
It is also possible to use the style of plastic menu covers for all your accessories including check presenters, wine and bar menus and dessert menus. Another popular option for a restaurant with an extensive menu is a binder style or a tablet style where the pages are inserted with screws to provide a flat binding area.
There is also the option to design plastic menu covers that are casual and lightweight, perfect for diners, patio and daytime menus, and then to have matching options for evening or fine dining menus. These can be coordinated to have the same colors and general style but to have a different look for different customers and areas of the restaurant, perfect for any occasion.