Cost to Make a Restaurant Website with Restaurant Clone – Eatery

by Elaine on January 9, 2013

Restaurant Clone – Eatery by Themeforest

Cost to make your own Restaurant Website with Restaurant Clone is less than $100.  I’ve listed the cost breakdown below.  I recommend to use Wordpress and Wordpress Theme – Eatery.  Wordpress is very easy to manage, create new posts, customize your site and you will have your Restaurant Website framework up in a day and ready to customize.  Eatery Restaurant Template has a fully responsive design, a flexible food menu, reservation form, 5 color themes, handpicked google fonts, custom colors, custom backgrounds/textures and more.  Click here to see more features of Eatery.

Responsive Restaurant Clone – Eatery

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Responsive Restaurant Clone – Eatery
Features of Restaurant Clone – Eatery

  • Responsive design
  • Flexible food menus
  • Create multiple food menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner, wine, dessert
  • Reservation form
  • 5 Color themes
  • Handpicked google fonts
  • Custom colors
  • Custom backgrounds and textures
  • Scrolling featured image
  • Localization
  • Tons of shortcodes
  • Display hours of operation
  • Display restaurant contact and location
  • Scrolling Featured Image
  • SEO Optiimized
  • Social Media Integrated

Click here to see more features of Eatery

Click here to demo Eatery

Click here to download Eatery

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Startup Cost to Create a Restaurant Website

1.  $56 for Webhosting.   First step to build your own Restaurant Website is to purchase a domain name and then webhosting.  Fatcow offers a free domain name with purchase of webhosting.  Right there, that’s a savings of $12/year.  If you purchase web hosting from Fatcow.com, you also get unlimited emails, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited MySQL databases and more.  Right now Fatcow has a 40% off sale, I would take advantage of this now.  Click here for more details about Fatcow.com.

2.  $0 for WordPress.  WordPress is totally free.  Fatcow has one click installs where you can have WordPress installed in minutes.

3.  $45 for Wordpress Theme.    This is a one time fee to purchase Wordpress Theme – Eatery from Themeforest.  There are no hidden fees, no subscription fees and no membership fees.  Once you download the theme it totally belongs to you.

4.  -$175 in Advertising Credits.  Fatcow understands it’s difficult to get your Restaurant Website noticed and helps you with advertising your website on respective search engines and social networking platforms.  So Fatcow gives you for free $100 in Google Adwords credits, $50 in Facebook Ad credits and $25 in Yahoo/Bing Adcenter credits.

In Total to make your Restaurant Website will be:

But if you include the free advertising credits you get from Fatcow.com, your initial startup cost will be:

  • Startup cost = Total Cost + Advertising Credits = -$74

Basically you don’t pay any startup costs to create your own Restaurant Website.

I think this is a great deal to create your own restaurant website.   The restaurant reservation form is pretty cool.  Try it out.  It allows visitors to enter in their name, # of guests, month/day of arrival, desired time of reservation, email address and phone number.  Once the visitors submits this restaurant reservation form it send it to your Restaurant Website – reservation manager where you can either approve or reject this reservation request.   An email will be sent to the person if this reservation is confirmed or not.   You can play around with it to test it out.

Click here for the recommended Fatcow Webhosting

Click here to see more features of Eatery

Click here to demo Eatery

Click here to download Eatery

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Thanks,

Elaine

 Cost to Make a Restaurant Website with Restaurant Clone   Eatery

Elaine

Elaine is the founder of CmsMind, an online blog providing Joomla and WordPress tutorials. Elaine lives in Toronto and when she is not online, she is either Marathon and Triathlon training or travelling and racing somewhere in the world. Find her also at: Save Money, Premium Themes and Templates, and at Webhosting Tips.

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