Tabletop displays showcasing popular menu items have long been a way to capture a current customer’s attention and encourage them to order more. It’s a subtle form of advertising that politely suggests a piece of pie might help to top off the perfect meal. In most cases, customers don’t see the tabletop holders as intrusive and instead find them helpful in quietly suggesting menu items that they might want to try. This holds a few distinct advantages.
Tabletop displays are non-intrusive
You don’t have to shout your menu from the rooftops or interrupt a customer’s meal. All you have to do is use an already useful tabletop holder to accent the menu items that customers might actually be interested in. Sweets go good in this area because after a meal a good tip on what might satisfy a sweet tooth isn’t just non-intrusive. It’s helpful.
Pictures speak louder than words
Pictures of food are the best case for buying a food product. There doesn’t need to be a lengthy explanation to explain how delicious a picture of food looks. Professional companies know how to craft holders that will capture the finest items on your menu and bring them to life for customers. These pictures inspire customers to dive deeper into a menu and order more, increasing sales each time customers venture into the establishment.
Menu holders have long been a way for advertisers to entertain and occupy customers who have already decided to give the food at a restaurant a try. They are inexpensive to make and can be placed all around a restaurant, ensuring that each customer has the opportunity to explore new menu items. They’re an effective, affordable way to advertise new menu items or showcase more popular menu items that customers frequently order. When carefully analyzed, these tiny displays that also serve a useful purpose on a tabletop are always something for new chains or existing chains to consider as they try to come up with ways to retain and capture the imagination of new and old customers.