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The Best 37 Restaurant Websites of 2022

Last Updated May 18 2022

Written By Steve Benjamins

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Every part of a great restaurant website should communicate what the brand and dining experience is all about.

Mouthwatering food shots are important, but so are color schemes and font choices— bright colors might be appropriate for a juice bar while dark colors might be the right look for your steakhouse.

Read my tutorial on Creating Excellent Restaurant Websites for more info!

Screenshot of Sawmill Brewery, from the restaurant websites collection.

This is a mature, sophisticated restaurant website with rich interiors. It has amazing images and a calming dark color scheme. It includes contact info, let’s you order online and purchase gift cards. This is one of the best restaurant websites on this list!


Screenshot of Fat Choy, from the restaurant websites collection.

As you see on the home page of the website, Fat Choy is located in New York and mixes Chinese and Vegan flavors. They offer dine in, carry out and outdoor dining options for their customer base.


Screenshot of King Restaurant, from the restaurant websites collection.

Located on King Street in New York City, the King Restaurant features a casual vibe with a menu reflecting flavors of Italy and France. The menu changes daily, and they focus on making customers feel right at home.


Screenshot of Bull & Last, from the restaurant websites collection.

A great restaurant website is all about the photography — and I love the eye-catching splash photo on this homepage. It’s inviting and calm. Bull & Last includes everything you might need on a modern restaurant website: online ordering, drink menu, lunch menu, dinner menu and a clear reservations call to action.


Screenshot of Rare Bird Rooftop Bar, from the restaurant websites collection.

The Rare Bird Rooftop Bar currently has two locations, one in Nashville and the other in Denver. Both boast a trendy atmosphere with beautiful scenery and delicious menu.


Screenshot of Bandits, from the restaurant websites collection.

Bandits is a restaurant and bar located in New York. It prides itself on cold beer and popular cocktails complete with traditional bar food.


Screenshot of Raku, from the restaurant websites collection.

A good impression is important and Raku creates a perfect first impression with their opening photo — it’s clear this is a high-end sushi restaurant.


Screenshot of Tremont, from the restaurant websites collection.

Three centered links are laid over a full-screen image which morphs in response to different cursor positions. This is an extremely visual website you can use to promote your establishment.


Screenshot of Hunter, from the restaurant websites collection.

Cursive font and a large header image add visual appeal to the menu in this simple, yet functional, example restaurant website. A white on black menu adds a lot of class.


Screenshot of Urbandine, from the restaurant websites collection.

An image-heavy restaurant website designed to attract customers with stunning pictures of gourmet dishes. Photos are enhanced with a darkening fade effect.


Screenshot of Barney

Employs black and white typography on top of mouth-watering photos to help your messaging standout. A prominent ingredients list tells customers about your food’s journey to their plate.


Screenshot of To Thryliko, from the restaurant websites collection.

Is your restaurant located in a picturesque area? Attractive landscape photos and pared-back text make this an excellent website for destination eateries.


Screenshot of Basil, from the restaurant websites collection.

Screen-width images and bold but unpretentious text give this example a refreshing, modern look. A ‘news’ section makes this restaurant website particularly apt if you regularly host public events.


Screenshot of Margot, from the restaurant websites collection.

With an edge-to-edge picture carousel and a striking testimonial page, this is a good demonstration of how to share your restaurant’s unique personality.


Screenshot of Nectur, from the restaurant websites collection.

If your restaurant specializes in a unique dish, this example website will give you plenty of room to describe it. Poppy colors and bold text are used to enhance your menu.


Screenshot of Farmacy, from the restaurant websites collection.

Farmacy is a design example of how to communicate a restaurant’s story. They make it clear that this is a farm to table restaurant with bright imagery and photography that spans the farm to the dining room.


Screenshot of Yummy, from the restaurant websites collection.

This an ideal website choice for sweet shops, ice cream parlors or any desert-focused restaurant. It uses bright colors and an eye-catching grid layout which alternates between text and images.


Screenshot of Feather & Bone, from the restaurant websites collection.

This catches the visitor’s attention right off the bat with a beautiful piece of steak — important for a steakhouse. This website includes an online ordering system and is a pretty solid restaurant website design.


Screenshot of Foster Juice Co., from the restaurant websites collection.

If your restaurant produces a unique food or beverage product, consider selling it through a foody eCommerce store like this example. It uses a slick, minimalist design to make the purchase process a simple one.


Screenshot of Pacific, from the restaurant websites collection.

There’s a lot going on with this Squarespace example including full-screen images and large text blocks. An intuitive layout and neatly presented menu prevent it from feeling cluttered.


Screenshot of Giardino, from the restaurant websites collection.

This restaurant website is a fantastic example of how to present an upmarket dining experience. Darkened images and a well-thought-out combination of different fonts project class.


Screenshot of Thelma, from the restaurant websites collection.

An inspiring example for well-established restaurants or eateries to follow– a slideshow of picturesque landscapes shows off your brand’s heritage.


Screenshot of Zia Sonia, from the restaurant websites collection.

If you want to help your culinary business stand out, consider following this website’s example. Rustic and artisan imagery communicate the time and effort put into your dishes.


Screenshot of Ravores, from the restaurant websites collection.

Another elegant WordPress example. The screen-width navigation bar contains social media links as well as reservation buttons, leaving plenty of space to share your establishment’s story.


Screenshot of Burger High, from the restaurant websites collection.

A great example of how to effectively use video on a restaurant website. As readers scroll down the page they’re drawn in by an animation of a gourmet burger that splits apart to reveal its tasty ingredients.


Screenshot of Reon, from the restaurant websites collection.

This example is all about motion. Everything, from the lively transition animations to the video backgrounds, is on the move. Finding a menu or making a reservation is still easy though, thanks to a deceptively simple layout.


Screenshot of Burger Bar, from the restaurant websites collection.

Large-font bolded text on a darkened background invites readers to explore this example restaurant website. A grid of drawn food and beverage items serves as a hub of links to your various menus, allowing customers to easily find their perfect dish.


Screenshot of Chotto Motto, from the restaurant websites collection.

One of the most visually striking examples on this list– this website keeps everything simple with plenty of white space along with large font text that displays address and opening times information.


Screenshot of Ice Cream Parlo, from the restaurant websites collection.

A great ice-cream parlor website. It uses vibrant colors and mouth-watering imagery to entice customers.


Screenshot of Thyme, from the restaurant websites collection.

A food-centric website that’s excellent for sharing your unique culinary story thanks to an emphasis on blog-style pages and space for review excerpts.


Screenshot of Mr. Burger, from the restaurant websites collection.

Possibly the most unique example on this list. Pop-art filters, Instagram integration, and animations are all used to demonstrate that your food business offers something a little different.


Screenshot of Blend, from the restaurant websites collection.

Clean and elegant design, like other Squarespace examples. A retro font and features such as a stylish black and white map make this an excellent site for coffee shops with an alternative vibe.


Screenshot of 121 Bar, from the restaurant websites collection.

With this combination restaurant and bar website, a dark blue color scheme and minimal text demonstrate that you run a cool, classy establishment. There’s also a helpful space to display upcoming events.


Screenshot of Alex G, from the restaurant websites collection.

One of the best websites on this list for converting readers to patrons– a prominent reservation booking form will help to increase your business’s footfall. A functional and easy to use online order form will also enhance the take-out side of your operation.


Screenshot of White &Yellow, from the restaurant websites collection.

A quirky layout doesn’t get in the way of functionality with this cafe example website. Menu and booking form links stay visible even when readers begin scrolling.


Screenshot of Madre, from the restaurant websites collection.

The warm color palette and traditional layout of this example website will make diners feel at home before they even set foot in your restaurant.


Screenshot of San Garden, from the restaurant websites collection.

An example to follow if you sell fresh food wholesale as well as serving it. This organic restaurant website includes a fully-featured online eCommerce store to allow customers to order groceries.



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