Tap42 Gets a Sexy Cutting Edge Restaurant Web Design

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We just launched a new and improved website for Tap42, and it is one sexy beast if we do say so ourselves!

Tap42 sets a high standard for their restaurant, so they hired Jam Photography to take professional pics of their gorgeous food and establishment. The photos took two separate sessions to capture, and we think they beautifully represent the brand and atmosphere of the restaurant.


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Restaurant Website Designed for 21st Century Mobile & Social

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We’re excited to announce the launch of the ROK:BRGR Bar & Gastropub website!

ROK:BRGR is owned by JEY Hospitality Group that has restaurants and bars across South Florida. We worked with JEY to develop the original ROK:BRGR website and they are so happy with our services that they turned to us when they wanted to build their new site.


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Nocciola’s New Restaurant Website Has Relaxed Rustic Vibe

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We’re stoked to announce the launch of Nocciola’s new website!

Small Plates with Big Italian Flavor in East Harlem! Nocciola is a new Italian restaurant in East Harlem, NY that specializes in small plates and classic Italian dishes with modern flair. The restaurant has a rustic, homey feeling with a contemporary edge, so we designed their site to match.


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Good or Bad? How has the foodie evolution affected your restaurant?

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I recently read an article about an NYC restaurant that compared video footage of diner behavior from 2004 to how guests behaved in the same restaurant in 2014. They found that patrons spend almost an hour longer in their restaurant today than they did 10 years ago! However, the reason for the increase isn’t because it takes longer to cook and serve the food. It is because patron behavior has changed. This started me thinking about how the evolution of the “foodie” has impacted restaurants, and whether the impact is mostly good or mostly bad.


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