We’re stoked to announce the launch of Nicciola’s new restaurant 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. We created a stunning website that looks gorgeous on any size screen because we know that many restaurant Patrons use mobile devices to find their next dining out experience.
Tasty Online Ordering Menu
We recommend adding an online ordering menu—nope it doesn’t cost more– to all of our client’s websites. Patrons want the ease and convenience of ordering from the comfort of their couch, or the palm of their hand. An online ordering menu can boost a restaurant’s revenue because online orders are up to 20% higher than in-restaurant tickets.
Dynamic Social Media
Guests want to follow and interact with their favorite restaurant through social media, so we added a real-time Instagram feed to their website.
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Affordable Restaurant Websites
WebDiner makes having a custom designed website and digital marketing strategy easy and affordable! We’d love to chat about how we can create a 21st Century marketing plan for your restaurant ;-)
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