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9 Artsy Restaurant Menus

9 Artsy Restaurant Menus

These colorful, design-savvy menus could double as decorative wall art

Restaurant menus can be surprisingly creative and even downright whacky in design.

Cooking great food is an art in itself, but whipping up a good-looking menu is, too — we’re talking about the design of the actual, physical menu, whether it comes from the printer or straight from the pen.

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Any good menu takes both form and function into consideration. It’s great to have a visually appealing display, but if customers don’t know where to look to find the food they want, the menu becomes an irksome obstacle to the dining experience — designers have to make sure they don’t sacrifice practicality for the sake of artistic expression.

On top of that, a good menu represents both the restaurant and the cuisine it offers. Fancy calligraphy for a greasy spoon diner just doesn’t work, just as Comic Sans font belongs nowhere near the menu of an upscale sushi house. But most of all, a great menu should make you hungry.

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Menu design is practically an art genre of its own, hundreds of years in the making: Menu art has been evolving since the 1800s, when printed menus were still reserved for special occasions. It took centuries for menus to come into the look we’re familiar with nowadays. There’s even a book dedicated to chronicling more than 100 years of vintage menus.

Sometimes, though, the best menus come from abandoning all the rules. In a few of these cases, they look more like works of experimental art than menus — and we’re totally OK with that.

There are tons of unique, creative menu designs out there, but here we’ve gathered nine of the wackiest, artsiest, most interesting menu designs we've come across.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


Seal Harbor Daycare Weekly Food Menus

Click here to view the USDA food program guide &ndash it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.


Our child care food menus include breakfast, lunch and 1 snack.

We provide healthy meals with a variety of food groups such as:


Dairy
Fruits & Veggies
Bread or Grains
Meat or Meat Alternatives

You can view our daycare food menu samples above. Our daycare food menus contain yummy kid friendly foods and recipes which most kids enjoy. All of our food menus are made to meet the requirements of the USDA child care food program guidelines.

Above you can view one of our weekly food menus or click on the links to view other weekly food menus.

Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Click on the links above to see our other weekly food menus.

Being on the USDA food program means you have certain guide lines that need to be followed at meal times, such as:

At breakfast time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a fruit and milk.

At lunch or dinner time you will need to serve a bread or bread alternate, a meat or meat alternate, 2 fruit or vegetables, and milk.

At snack time you can serve the children from any two food groups.

Peanut Butter: Please note &ndash when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some cheese slices or yogurt to the meal or some other type of meat or meat alternate.


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