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A website for your restaurant is no longer an option–it's a necessity. Between web hosting, design, and site updates, it can get complicated and expensive fast… but it doesn't have to!
With our innovative restaurant website builder, we take care of hosting and your restaurant's web design. All you need to do is sign up and fill in the details. It's as simple as that!
No need to start from scratch with your design. Choose from over 40 professional restaurant website templates and use our design editor to match your business's unique logo and branding.
Let's Eat does quite a lot. But rather than try to be all things to all customers, we try to focus on what we do best: making powerful websites that just work. For other things, we turn to our partners in the industry.
With the Let's Eat! Marketplace, you can implement free and paid services from other companies with a single click. Want to add a reservation widget or online ordering to your website? No problem, we've got you covered.
Low overhead and cloud computing keeps Let's Eat affordable for restaurants of all sizes.
Let's Eat is the #1 website builder of choice for restaurants and bars around the globe.
Let's Eat is used by restaurants in all 50 states, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and dozens of other countries. Here's a small sampling of them:
Lake Balboa, California
Suwanee , Georgia
Las Vegas, Nevada
Cap Pele, Nb , Canada
Cold Spring , Kentucky
Buffalo, New York
Montclair, New Jersey
Raleigh, North Carolina
Robbinsville Windsor, New Jersey
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts
Playas Del Coco, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
San Diego, California
Fort Mill, South Carolina
Lake Almanor , California
South Norwalk, Connecticut
Los Angeles, California
With a robust help section, and super easy-to-use interface, we don't get very many support requests. But before you sign up, you probably have a few questions. We've answered the ones we get the most on this page.
Unlike many generic, one-size-fits-all website builders, Let's Eat was built from the ground up specifically for restaurant owners like you.
Features are designed and prioritized specifically for the service industry. The interface is simple and clean, designed to be quickly updatable.
Yes, you can use a domain purchased from any of the major domain registrars with your Let's Eat website. It does require a bit of configuration to set up. See our help section for detailed instructions.
No. Unlike other content management systems, Let's Eat was built from scratch with the feedback of restaurant owners like you. It's super easy to use, and doesn't require any previous experience.
We know you've already got enough on your plate; the last thing you want to deal with is another complicated CMS or website builder. Let's Eat lets you get started right away with a simple, intuitive interface that just makes sense.
Yes, mostly likely we do. We offer dozens of free website templates to match your restaurant's unique look and vibe. Italian, Chinese, and pizza restaurants, burger joints, cafes, bars and pubs— there's something for everyone.
Mobile phones, including iPhones, Android-based devices, and Windows phones account for over half of restaurant pageviews, based on our own statistics across thousands of restaurant websites over the past few years.
Customers use these devices to check hours, address information and phone numbers, along with menu details and more. Restaurants that still rely on Flash-based websites and un-optimized websites may be missing out on thousands of dollars in potential revenue from customers each month.
All Let's Eat restaurant websites are automatically optimized for mobile devices using responsive, HTML5 mobile designs that resize to fit browsers of all shapes and sizes. Sign up today to take advantage of this free and valuable feature.
All Let's Eat restaurant websites are coded using the latest SEO best practices and validate to W3C standards for accessibility. Our restaurants that use custom domains tend to rank first in searches on Google and Bing.
Social media is everywhere in modern society and is a valuable, yet free way to attract new customers and draw back old ones.
Using social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook allows you, the restaurant owner, to stay close in touch with your most valuable resource— regulars. With the Let's Eat Marketplace, adding apps for Facebook and Twitter is a breeze. Don't miss out on this amazing source of potential business!
Through one of our four reservation partners (OpenTable, Rez by UrbanSpoon, ReservationGenie, and SeatMe), you can easily enable online reservations.
Let's Eat makes it fun to build and update your site with its simple and easy to use restaurant owner dashboard.
Simply sign up, log in and use our setup wizard to fill in details like your street address and hours. It's as easy as that!
Once you've gotten settled in, you can pour through dozens of advanced features and customizations. Let's Eat takes the pain out of building a truly awesome website.
Yes, you can upload your restaurant's logo image for use in the header or sidebar of your website.
Let's Eat's navigation is available in English, French, and Spanish. Users in the UK, Canada, Australia and other countries can localize the links to match your region's vocabulary or completely replace them.
Yes, you can have a web designer integrate custom headers, footers, and CSS into your restaurant's website.
No, Let's Eat doesn't require any restaurant software downloads or installation. All you need to run Let's Eat is a modern web browser and an internet connection.
Let's Eat is partnered up with OpenDining to enable online ordering through their system. Adding their widget takes just seconds.
Yes, Let's Eat is available for all food service industry establishments including diners, cafes, bars and taverns, hotels, and food carts/trucks.
Let's Eat was founded in 2008 in Portland, Oregon, and is the restaurant website builder of choice for thousands of restaurants around the world.