Getting restaurant menu and business cards printed

It took me a long time to be in the financial position to open my own restaurant. I studied culinary arts in college and have worked under several different renowned chefs across the country. Since I was just a little girl, I’ve dreamed of having my own place, designing the menu and running my own commercial kitchen. Making it happen was far more difficult, expensive and stressful than I anticipated. Finding the perfect location with a suitably sized building and plenty of parking was only the beginning. There was tons of paperwork, legalities, purchases, loans and all sorts of headaches to resolve. One thing I didn’t consider was how many materials I’d need to have printed. Unfortunately, I left that until the last minute. My grand opening was approaching, and I had yet to order the menus, signage, business cards and advertising flyers. I didn’t even have a font for the restaurant name or the logo. I needed professional help, and I needed it quickly. While I probably could have ordered all of these materials through an online source, I really wanted to sit down with someone who could offer knowledgeable advice. I want to actually feel the materials and see the colors in-person. I realize that the first impression of my advertising will have a big impact on my success. I know that when someone is handed a menu, they will immediately form an opinion. I was hoping to avoid draining my budget but looking for high quality printed materials. I didn’t have a lot to choose from. There is a single print company located in the vicinity, which fortunately had the time to rush my project.
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