Restaurant Logo Maker

Create a tasty logo for your restaurant in less less than 3 minutes.

Creating a logo for your restaurant is the best way to start building a unique brand identity to roast competitors out of the way.

As a restaurant owner, no matter if your restaurant is Vegan, French, Indian or Italian, you need a logo that speaks to your audience and stays in his memory.

Fortunately that’s exactly what our restaurant logo creator does! it allows you to generate a logo for your business without any design skills.

If you wish to get some inspiration before starting to work on your logo, check out some of the restaurant logos below, then scroll down to our logo design tips section. It will help you make a logo that brings customers in the door.

Restaurant Logo Ideas

Molly's Market Restaurant Logo
Piccola Cucina Restaurant Logo
Levain Bakery Logo
Pasta Mia Restaurant Logo
Black Bear Restaurant Logo
Jack's Place Coffee Bar Logo
Joey's Coffee Logo
Delichef Logo
Sottocasa Pizzeria Logo
Spicy Bistro Bar Logo
Fat Bear Restaurant Logo
Shelly's Restaurant Logo
Joey's Coffee Logo
Decoy Bar Logo
Flamingo Cafe Logo

Restaurant Logo Design Tips

Icons

You won’t find many icon-heavy restaurant logos in general, as restaurateurs usually don’t want to limit the association of their brand to one specific food. However, you can always use a symbol that communicates something about your values as a restaurant rather than your cuisine. 

A family-friendly restaurant, like a diner or a fast-food place, would do well with a mascot logo – featuring a cartoon animal or person – to show that it will appeal to children. On the other hand, if you run a Michelin 3-star restaurant, you may want to consider using an abstract icon to convey the region of the food you specialize in making. 

And, abstract circular imagery might be a good way to go if your menu is dynamic, so that you can keep your customers’ attention focused on the fact that they’re hungry and ready to eat. 

Many restaurant logos use a fork and knife icon combo for the obvious reasons, although we’d caution against that; it’s important to try and distinguish your restaurant from others in your area, and you can do that with a symbol that’s unique to you. 

So, if you do use an icon, err on the side of subtlety and don’t make it the main visual focus of your logo design.

Typography

The typography of your restaurant logo will tell your audience about the type of establishment you run, so dare to be bold with your logo lettering if it suits the personality of your brand. 

For example, restaurants that cater to a more upscale clientele or have a long, traditional history should definitely opt for fonts in the script family. Family owned restaurants, whether an Italian pizzeria or a well-known burger joint, might want to consider using a serif, as these fonts are reminiscent of tradition and have a timeless air to them. 

That said, a vegan restaurant with a more hipster customer base won’t go wrong with a slab serif font sporting jagged or winged letters, to give off a modern and trendy vibe. 

No matter which font you choose, it’s important to check that it scales well; meaning, your logo’s typeface should be legible in any size, regardless if printed on a menu or splashed across store signage.

Color palette

It may sound boring, but whites, blacks and grays make for the most common restaurant logos – usually because they make for clean and sophisticated logos. 

However, like with your typeface, you should try to find colors that express the personality of your restaurant, so that your logo connects with the right customers. Cafes, for instance, would do well with the browns of a fresh coffee bean, mixed with white for a wholesome look.

If your food is farm-to-table or you want to emphasize the fresh ingredients you use, consider playing with various shades of green. A taco place might want to use the flag colors of Mexico – red, white, and green – in order to emphasize their authentic food. And, a wine bar could benefit from reds, which stress passion and energy. 

Whichever color palette you choose, make sure that you use colors that resonate with your audience. And, try not to use more than two or three colors in your logo; any more than that, and your logo will likely look cluttered and unprofessional.

Layout

Have your menu in mind as you think about where to position your logo. Most restaurants opt for a large, clear version of their logo in the top-center of both their website and their menus, so diners don’t forget whose food they’re enjoying – even for a moment.

A Logo is Only the First Step

It’s easy to design a logo with Tailor Brands. However, that’s just the first step. Once create your restaurant logo, the next step is to design your entire brand identity. And we can help with that too. 

Use our business card design tool to quickly create and print your business cards.  Download premade business docs and branded presentations that are already embossed with your logo.

Then head to our design studio to create beautiful posts for social media that are all on-brand. The best part of your studio? All of your brand assets are customizable and can be edited to fit your vision. Get ready to bring your brand to life!  

Once that is all done: Purchase your restaurant domain name and set up your website. And, when you’re ready to start growing your social media following,

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