Not sure if moving to a digital menu board is the right step for your restaurant? We hope and believe the following information will help you make this decision. Let us point out the many advantages of digital menu boards compared to static boards or traditional print materials. We find the biggest concern for restaurant owners to switch to a digital menu board solution is the initial cost. The price shouldn't put you off you have to keep in mind digital signs are an investment that make your money back relatively quickly.
Why not have a display in your sitting area while your patrons wait for a table? You can inform them of new menu items, or feature wines! Heck, have your Wine Agent put advertising on your sign.
Introducing the Flook Digital Media, Digital Chalkboard. It's not a real chalkboard, it just looks like one and the letters don't rub off! Display your daily specials, news and events all without the need to have on staff a server that can write legibly with a stick of chalk!
Samples of custom developed digital restaurant menu boards, including analog clock and weather forecast.
Boards can be mounted horizontal or vertical. All content can easily be managed by restaurant staff on the fly.
Benefits of Digital Menu Boards
Save time and money, easily change menu items and manage board content
Comply with government policies and display required information
Better pricing flexibility
Increase revenue by up selling, posting specials on the fly
Improve customer experience with engaging content
Improve operational efficiency
Educate and up sell with stunning videos
Automate by scheduling your content
Additional Benefits of Digital Flook Menu Boards
Save more money with exceptional hardware reliability, some Flook boards have been running for over 60,000 hours uninterrupted.
Custom design and development, your board will look and work the way you want it to.
Plug & Play that works with any HDTV or projector with HDMI input.
Show third party feeds (Social Media, News, Weather) on your boards.
Multi location set up with one point of access management.
No computer or additional software needed to manage boards.