25+ Creative Restaurant Business Card Designs

Are you about to design business cards for your restaurant?

Then you’ve come to the right place.

This article showcases the best restaurant business cards we have found to help you find inspiration.

In the examples below, you’ll see how you can combine your restaurant logo and overall brand in a way that stands out and is attractive to your customer.

At the end of the article, we also give you five simple tips for designing your business cards.

Restaurant business card design

Now, let’s take a look at the examples:

Earls. 67 – Business Card Design by Glasfurd Walker

Earls. 67 – Business Card Design by Glasfurd Walker
Earls. 67 – Business Card Design by Glasfurd Walker
Earls. 67 – Design by Glasfurd Walker

Unico Tacos – Design by Tonyc

Unico Tacos - Design by Tonyc
Unico Tacos – Business Cards by Tonyc

COTE Korean Steakhouse – Business Card by Pentagram

COTE Korean Steakhouse - Business Card by Pentagram
COTE – Business Card by Pentagram

Zanti Cucina Italiana – Design by Principle

Zanti Cucina Italiana - Business Card Design by Principle
Zanti – Design by Principle

Double Dealer Cocktail Bar Business Cards

Double Dealer Cocktail Bar Business Cards
Double Dealer – Identity Design by The Made Shop

Pinche Bar – Design by Human

Pinche Bar - Design by Human
Pinche Bar - Design by Human
Pinche Bar – Design by Human

Rahi Indian Restaurant

Rahi Restaurant – Business Card Design by Tonyc

Taikin Asian Restaurant

Taikin Asian Restaurant – Business Card by Oscar Bastidas
Taikin Asian Restaurant – Business Card by Oscar Bastidas
Taikin Asian Restaurant – Business Card by Oscar Bastidas

Hokkaidon – Business Card by A Work of Substance

Hokkaidon - Business Card by A Work of Substance
Hokkaidon – Business Card by A Work of Substance

Electra Ramen Bar

Business Card for Electra Ramen Bar
Electra Ramen Bar – Design by FatFaceStudio

Flour Craft Bakery & Café – Business Card

Flour Craft Bakery & Café - Business Card
Flour Craft – Business Card by Bootjack Design

La Bottega Cucina Italiana

La Bottega – Business Card by Kid Studio
La Bottega – Business Card by Kid Studio
La Bottega – Business Card by Kid Studio

Leyenda Cocktail Bar – Business Card by 970 Design

Leyenda Cocktail Bar - Business Card by 970 Design
Leyenda Cocktail Bar – Business Card by 970 Design

Corvino Supper Club

Corvino Supper Club business cards
Corvino Supper Club – Business Card by Design Ranch

Eat Offbeat – Business Card by Pentagram

Eat Offbeat – Business Card by Pentagram
Eat Offbeat – Business Card by Pentagram

Coquille Seafood Restaurant

Coquille Seafood Restaurant – Business Card Design by Glasfurd Walker
Coquille – Business Card Design by Glasfurd Walker

La Brasseria – Design by Land of Plenty

La Brasseria - Design by Land of Plenty
La Brasseria – Business Card Design by Land of Plenty

Craft Work Catering Business Card

Craft Work Catering - Business Card by Jason Rothman
Craft Work Catering – Business Card by Jason Rothman

The Nordic Food Truck

The Nordic Food Truck  - Business Card
The Nordic Food Truck – Business Card by Alexandre Pietra

Feiner Herr – Pancake Moderne Food Truck

Feiner Herr - Pancake Moderne Food Truck - Business Card
Feiner Herr – Business Card by Hausgemacht

Business Card for Mosquito Dessert

Business Card for Mosquito Dessert
Business Card for Mosquito Dessert by Glasfurd Walker

La Riojana Restaurant & Bar

La Riojana Restaurant & Bar
La Riojana Restaurant – Business Card Design by Mubien

Seafarers Ostro – Business Card by Inhouse Design

Seafarers Ostro – Business Card by Inhouse Design
Seafarers Restaurant – Business Card by Inhouse Design

Justine Brasserie – Design by The Made Shop

Justine Brasserie – Design by The Made Shop
Justine Brasserie – Design by The Made Shop

Y14 Japanese Seafood Kitchen

Business card for Y14 Japanese Seafood Kitchen
Y14 Japanese Seafood – Business Card Design by Biasol

Business Card for Buddy Buddy Café

Business Card for Buddy Buddy Café
Business Card for Buddy Buddy Café by Futura

5 Simple Tips for Designing Your Own Restaurant Business Cards

When it comes to creating a great business card, proper planning is key. It’s not just about getting a great design on paper. Before you can start thinking about designing your design, you need to plan out your restaurant’s mission statement and focus your core values around that. You also need to define who your target audience is and what kind of value you are trying to provide them with.

There are many other essential elements to consider when designing your business cards. The format, size, quality, imagery, and color scheme should all be on your mind to make the most of this vital marketing tool. Whether you’re a graphic designer or a restaurant owner looking to save a few bucks, consider the following five tips for designing your business cards.

1. Do your research and look at the Best Business Cards

Often the best way to get inspiration for your business card is to look at what other people are doing. Study the best business cards from a variety of industries. 

2. Make Your Business Cards Consistent With the Rest of Your Brand

If you’re creating business cards, make sure that they match the rest of your marketing materials. If you use a specific font or color scheme in your logo, you should use it on your business cards as well. 

3. Consider the Following Basic Design Principles

When it comes to design, there are a set of fundamental principles that have been proven over time to work for most brands. This list isn’t exhaustive, but it’s a good starting point for understanding what you should be thinking about when you design your

4. These are some of the most important design principles: 

  • Proximity: Put similar items together.
  • Alignment: Align similar items.
  • Contrast: Contrast different things for emphasis.
  • Repetition: Repeat visual elements throughout.

5. Consider the Best Shape and Size Card

The shape of your calling card is a matter of personal preference, but it’s a good idea to pick one that will fit easily into your wallet. 

5. Keep Your Business Card Design Simple

This means planning your content around the principles of hierarchy, balance, and alignment. Hierarchy refers to the order in which you choose to present your content. Balance refers to the harmony of elements. Alignment refers to the consistency of spacing, sizing, and orientation. 

Suppose you want your business cards to stand out. In that case, it’s best to avoid many different colors, a lot of imagery, or a lot of different fonts. Keep your business card design as simple as possible and keep the message as straightforward as possible. 

Conclusion

When you’re in the restaurant business, having a well-designed business card is very important. Just like your restaurant’s logo, your business card is a central part of your brand.

I hope this article has given you some tips and ideas for your restaurant business card, which will be an important step in creating your brand.

If you haven’t yet created a logo for your restaurant, I recommend you check out my list of 27 Restaurant Logo Design Ideas (Images + Tips)

And, if you are also looking for menu design inspiration check out this article: 55 Examples of Restaurant Menu Designs for Inspiration