Ordering online, booking seats, or finding your following mobile location is an essential part of any Food and Beverage website. In addition to providing your menu and ordering options, your business website needs to engage your potential customers. While your audience may not smell or taste through the website, your images should be of professional quality, highlighting the key ingredients. "A picture is worth a thousand words" is true! Be sure also to describe your meals, not just list out the ingredients.
Dine-in locations that offer to-go pick-ups need to provide a dedicated phone number for the pickup, instead of the store location. This way the persons in charge of delivery can be reached quickly. The best part of the web is the ability to use device location to make adjustments. When someone loads your website within a mile of the location, the phone number can switch to the dedicated phone number.
Food truck, pop-up, and event vendors need to feature social media accounts and calendars for their locations. This way your fans can follow and find you. Be prepared to mark your location and answer questions quickly on social media when you find your location. Integration into your website adds a factor for those searching for food and being able to find a new place to eat.