11+ Pub Menu Designs & Templates – PSD, AI

Different things come to mind when one talks of England. Some people may picture a vivid image of the Queen, sitting on the lawn of Buckingham Palace drinking, drinking her cup of tea while her royal Welsh corgis run around. Maybe it’s the Big Ben, the Tower of London or the aforementioned Buckingham Palace that will dominate the imagination. They could picture themselves taking a walk near River Thames while gazing at these wonderful landmarks. You may also see bar & lounge menu templates.

It could also be the different British pop culture imports like Sherlock Holmes, the Beatles, the Spice Girls, Doctor Who, or Wallace and Gromit or it could simply be cake and tea. There is one thing, however, that one could not escape from when they think of England. It’s the British Pub. You may also see vintage menu templates.

A3 Pub Menu Template

A3 Pub Menu Template

Bar and Lounge Drink Menu Example

Bar and Lounge Drink Menu Example

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Retro Pub Menu Sample

Retro Pub Menu Sample

The pub or public house is a kind of establishment that has a license to sell alcohol. It is a relaxed and social drinking establishment that hosts anybody who just wants to have a pint of lager after a hard day’s work. As a fixture of daily life, it is no surprise that pubs have become setting for a lot of television shows and movies. Pubs like the Winchester from Shaun of the Dead, The Slaughtered Lamb from An American Werewolf in London are some of the more famous movie pubs. You may also see vintage menu samples.

The World’s End is another movie that revolves around a pub crawl ending in the titular bar. The origin of the pub can be traced back from Roman taverns to the Anglo-Saxon alehouse and as such, they have a rich history. Historical figures like Charles Dickens and General Charles de Gaulle of the French Resistance are well known regular pub goers. In his 17th-century diary, celebrated English diary writer Samuel Pepys even described it as “the heart of England”. With such history, it is no surprise that pub culture can also be found on the shores of former English colonies like Canada, South Africa, New Zealand and Austrian cultures. You may also see beer menu templates.

Vintage Pub Menu Template

Vintage Pub Menu Template

Hand Drawn Beer Menu Sample

Hand Drawn Beer Menu Sample

Although mainly famous as local water holes, pubs are also known to serve food. In fact, aside from a good atmosphere, food is one factor that potential customers look for in choosing which pub to go to. As such, the menu would be one that final push that window shopper in and turn him into a regular customer. Creating a pub menu is hard. With stuff like choosing which food to serve and at what price, the look of the menu could often be forgotten.

The downloadable templates on this page can help remedy that problem. Feel free to use these templates to use for your pub and spend more time on deciding which food you should serve. Pick the sample menu that you think suits your establishment and customize as necessary. Customizing these menus might need a bit of computer know-how so make sure you brush up on those skills to make the most of them. You can also ask your regulars to do it for you in exchange for a drink. You may also see bar menu samples.

Local Pub Menu Template

Local Pub Menu Template

Beer Pub Menu Design

Beer Pub Menu Design

Planning a Pub Menu

1. Match the theme

If you have a themed bar, make sure that the food items you place in your menu adhere to the theme. People often go to a themed bar for a reason. One would not go to an Irish bar and expect to be served with sushi, ramen or tempura. If they are craving for such food items, they would go to a Japanese bar or restaurant. Customers appreciate it if your pub has an authentic and consistent environment. You may also see drink menu templates.

2. Serve to the taste of your clients

Your best potential customers are those living nearest to the area. It is after all one of the reasons that people choose which bar they go to. Try to find out the preferred taste of the locals and serve it to your bar. If cooked good, the locals will be flowing in no time. You may also see smooth bar menu designs.

3. Try to avoid serving full-course meals

Pubs, and bars in general, often have limited kitchen-size, table-size or just size in general. Preparing and serving full-course meals can be very difficult given such limitations so try to avoid them. Instead, shift your focus to small servings of food and appetizers like chicken wings, chips, and other finger foods. You may also see food & drink menu designs.

4. Try to pick menu items that are less labor intensive

Usually, a pub is run by a smaller staff. When a menu item is labor intensive, no one might be able to serve other customers. Other customers might be at risk of getting ignored if everyone in the staff is busy thus frustrating them. Avoid having unhappy customers by having a fast service. Pub customers generally would want food that accompanies their beer otherwise, they would have gone to a restaurant. You may also see menu templates in a word.

Beer Pub Menu Layout Sample

Beer Pub Menu Layout Sample

Pub Restaurant Menu Template

Pub Restaurant Menu Template

Popular Pub Foods

Do you still need help in choosing what food to serve in your pub? In no particular order, here are some suggestions that will satisfy your customers. You may also see cocktail menu templates.

1. Buffalo Wings

This unbreaded chicken wing is generally served deep-fried and coated with a vinegar-based cayenne pepper hot sauce with melted butter. The Buffalo comes from Buffalo, New York, where this food was invented by Teressa Bellissimo. You may also see sample cocktail menus.

2. Chicken Tenders

Another chicken based dish is known by many other names. Chicken fingers, goujons, strips or fillets, are prepared like a schnitzel, that is coating them with a breading mixture and then deep frying them. You may also see sample free menus.

3. Sliders

Small sandwiches or hamburgers that you can serve as an hors-d’oeuvre, snack or entree

4. Mozzarella Sticks

Elongated pieces of battered or breaded mozzarella that are served with different kinds of dipping sauce from tomato to marinara as well as barbecue to ranch dressing. You may also see meat menu templates.

5. Nachos

A popular Mexican snack composed of tortilla chips covered with cheese or a cheese based sauce. The creation of this popular bar snack is credited to Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya somewhere in 1943. You may also see printable menu templates.

6. Pizza

Be it original Italian, Chicago, New York or any other style, pizza is among the greatest inventions of mankind. The question still stands though, does pineapple belong on a pizza? You may also see salad bar menus.

All in all, these are just some of the regular food items found in pubs. It still falls on you to find or create a special recipe that is unique to your establishment. This can be considered as your unique selling point that will be the main reason as to why customers keep coming back for more. You may also see cocktail menu templates.

Beer Menu Sample Bundle

Beer Menu Sample Bundle

Blackboard Multipurpose Menu Template

Blackboard Multipurpose Menu Template

Chalkboard Beer Menu Design

Chalkboard Beer Menu Design

Drinks and Beverages

No pub menu would be complete without the drinks. Pubs are in fact made to be a community’s local watering hole. Here are some beverages that you should stock up on if you wish to run a successful pub. You may also see beer menus.

1. Beer

Often considered as the cause of and solution to all life’s problems. The beer comes in many different kinds. Popular ones include craft, lager, and the pilsner. It is the most well known of beverages and because of it’s affordability and availability, it is often the beginner’s first alcoholic drink. You may also see grill menu templates.

2. Cider

Alcoholic beverages made from the fermented apple juice. Due to the ingredients in crafting this drink, it is naturally gluten-free. You may also see drink menu templates.

3. Wine

Also a gluten-free drink. This fermented grape-based drink has multiple health benefits and we have monks to thank for their creation. You may also see restaurant menu templates.

4. Vodka

A distilled beverage mainly composed of water and ethanol. It is traditionally drunk “neat” but can also be used as an ingredient in different cocktail drinks like vodka martini, Bloody Mary, and White Russian to name a few. You may also see elegant menu templates.

5. Gin

A liquor that derives its flavor from juniper berries and is often paired with tonic. This beverage can trace its origins from Holland. You may also see minimalist BBQ menu designs.

6. Whiskey

A distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Wherever a grain is being planted, there is probably a type of whiskey made there. You may also see wine menu designs.

7. Rum

An alcoholic beverage made from sugarcane byproducts including molasses and honey. Rumor Rhum is usually aged in oak barrels after a process of fermentation and distillation. It is said to be manufactured, distilled and made long before any other distilled spirits. In fact, it is considered as the first branded spirit ever made. Mount Gay Rum is the oldest commercial rum distillery. You may also see chalkboard menu designs.

8. Tequila

Another distilled spirit, this beverage is made from agave plants. Because of it’s distinct and strong flavor tequila is often served with salt and lime, except in Mexico where it is usually sipped. Tequila can only be produced in five regions in Mexico: Jalisco, Michoacan, Guanajuato, Nayarit, and Tamaulipas. Of these five regions, only Jalisco can make it in all of its regions. You may also see blank menu templates.

So there you have it. If you are an old pub that wants to update their look or just trying to start it up, there is no question that establishing a pub would be difficult. Good luck on your endeavors and I hope this small list and downloadable templates help. You may also see takeaway menu templates.

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