18 Best WordPress Restaurant Themes For Your Cafe (2017)

Are you looking for WordPress restaurant themes? Restaurant websites have specific requirements to showcase their menu, photos, location, business hours, and other useful information. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best WordPress themes for restaurants.

Best WordPress Restaurant Themes

Building a Restaurant Website with WordPress

WordPress is the most flexible and easy to use platform to build your restaurant website. It gives you access to dozens of payment platforms, third-party addons, thousands of templates and plugins. See our article on why you should use WordPress for more details.

You will need a self-hosted WordPress.org site to take advantage of all the powerful features of a WordPress site. See our guide on the difference between WordPress.com vs self-hosted WordPress.org site.

To start your restaurant website, you will need a WordPress hosting account. This is where your website will live on the internet. You will also need a domain name, which will be your website’s address on the internet such as wpbeginner.com.

We recommend using Bluehost. They are one of the largest hosting companies in the world and also one of the official WordPress hosting partner.

Next you will need to install WordPress. If you want step by step instructions, you can follow our guide on how to start a WordPress blog.

After the installation, you can pick a theme from our expert selection below and then follow instructions in our how to install a WordPress theme article.

Now let’s take a look at some of the best WordPress restaurant themes. This list includes both free and paid WordPress themes. All themes in the list are mobile responsive.

1. Delicio

Delicio

Delicio is a premium WordPress theme for restaurants. It comes with menu and location sections and supports WooCommerce out of box. It is compatible with restaurant reservation plugin allowing you to accept online reservations on your website.

The theme features large full screen header, bold call to action buttons, easy to use customization panel, and a live drag and drop page builder.

2. Rezo

Rezo

Rezo is a bold yet elegant WordPress restaurant theme. It features a responsive slider, stylish restaurant menu, and Google Maps support.

It also comes with a lightbox gallery which allows you to beautifully display photos. Set up is easy by using the easy to use theme options panel.

3. Seasons

Seasons

Seasons is an elegantly designed WordPress theme for restaurants, bars, cafes, and other food related websites. It comes with an easy to use restaurant menu page which is easy to setup using widgets as module.

Apart from that, it comes with all the features you would expect from a premium WordPress theme. Unique slider, easy theme options, quick setup, custom headers and styling.

4. Molino

Molino

Molino is a stylish WordPress theme for restaurants, coffee shops, and cafes. It features a very modern and hip look and comes with powerful features like page builder, layouts, content modules, events calendar, and much more.

It has Google Maps and contact form support built-in, which allows your users to easily find you. There are 5 color schemes ready to use and you can also choose your own color schemes.

5. Resto

Resto

Resto restaurant theme for WordPress comes with a powerful restaurant menu post type. Allowing you to easily add and update menu items. This beautiful premium theme comes with powerful features like drag and drop homepage builder, custom widgets, layouts, color choices, etc.

It comes with a very easy to use control panel allowing you to enable or disable features, upload logo, setup social networking, and much more.

6. Petit

Petit

Petit is a bright colored WordPress restaurant theme. It comes with beautiful layouts for recipe pages and custom shortcodes for a food related website.

It has a featured content slider, custom widgets, multiple color choices, and out of box support for multilingual websites.

7. Igloo

Igloo

Igloo is a modern WordPress restaurant theme with large featured images, beautiful typography, and powerful features. It comes with a built-in restaurant menu management system, reservations, custom widgets, sliders, galleries, and testimonials.

It has an easy to use theme options panel and it supports many of the most popular WordPress page builders.

8. Chinese Restaurant

Chinese Restaurant

Chinese Restaurant is a WordPress theme for all kind of restaurants. It takes design inspiration from Chinese cuisine, hence the name.

It comes with a powerful drag and drop page builder. Allowing you to easily drop content modules to build your pages. The theme also has built-in menu management, appointments, restaurant menu management, galleries and much more.

9. Downtown

Downtown

Downtown is a multi-purpose WordPress restaurant theme that can also be used for food blogging, restaurant reviews, bars, cafes, etc.

It comes with Google Maps, contact form, services, testimonials, staff profiles, and events calendar. You can use any colors to create your own color schemes, use custom backgrounds, and headers to make the theme truly yours.

10. Italica

Italica

Inspired by the Italian cuisine, Italica is a gorgeous WordPress theme for restaurants, cafes, and bars. It comes with 6 ready to use skins and comes with a powerful drag and drop builder. There are multiple layout choices and you can even create your own custom layouts.

It comes with appointment management system, restaurant menu builder, and many custom widgets. It is easy to setup and allows you to customize theme using live preview.

11. Restaurantz

Restaurantz

Restaurantz is a free WordPress restaurant theme. It has a beautiful layout with large slider, call to action, and it utilizes theme customizer for all theme options.

It supports the powerful free page builder by SiteOrigin and restaurant menu support can be added using free third party plugins.

12. Bettaso

Bettaso

Beattaso is a premium WordPress cafe and restaurant theme. It comes with drag and drop page builder, appointment manager, and restaurant menu section.

It has multiple colors, layout, and skins which allow you to truly customize the theme. It also supports Google Fonts, Google Maps for locations, and has tons of premium theme features.

13. Bakes and Cakes

Bakes and Cakes

This beautifully designed WordPress theme is free and suitable for stylish restaurants and cafes. It comes with testimonial section, Product section, about section, team section, banner, and Call to action section etc.

It is compatible with popular free restaurant menu plugins, and it supports WooCommerce out of the box. The theme is also translation ready and can be used on multilingual websites as well.

14. Cafe Pro

Cafe Pro

Cafe Pro is built on top of the powerful Genesis theme framework by StudioPress. It comes with a rock solid foundation and great set of features for a premium WordPress restaurant theme.

Theme homepage layout can be easily customized using the four widgetized areas. You get an easy to use theme options panel and custom widgets that allow you to easily show contact info, address, business hours, etc.

15. Greek Restaurant

Greek Restaurant

Greek Restaurant is a free WordPress restaurant theme. Built on top of Twitter’s bootstrap framework, this theme is fully responsive and looks good on all devices.

It comes with custom header, full width pages, shortcodes and a restaurant reservation system that allows you to accept reservations from your customers.

16. Mise En Place

Mise En Place

Mise En Place is a stunningly beautiful WordPress theme for restaurants. It comes with a menu management system, page builder, and WooCommerce support.

Among other features, it supports large header images, custom widgets, shortcodes, Google Fonts integration, and live theme customizer.

17. Umami

Umami

Umami is a stylish restaurant theme for WordPress. It features a unique fullscreen layout with prominent call to action. Each post and page can have its own unique background.

The theme also comes with an easy to use restaurant menu management system. You can easily add menu items with images that open in a lightbox. It comes with custom widgets, shortcodes, Google Fonts, slideshow, and tons of other premium theme features.

18. Moonrise

Moonrise

Moonrise is a gorgeous WordPress restaurant theme. It features large header backgrounds, slideshows, shortcodes, and multiple customizable sections.

It comes with built in support for food menu, services, slideshow, contact widget, and contact blocks. It is easy to customize and translation ready out of the box.

We hope this article helped you find the best WordPress restaurant theme for your website. You may also want to see our list of 24 must have WordPress plugins for business websites.

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Best of Best WordPress Tutorials of 2016 on WPBeginner

Another year is about to end and what a great year it was. We can’t thank you enough for your continued support of WPBeginner. We look back at 2016 and feel grateful for the success and joy our team achieved.

Best of Best WordPress Tutorials of 2016 on WPBeginner

WPBeginner 2016 Recap from Syed Balkhi

Wow what a year has this been for WPBeginner. Not only did we grow in all aspects from traffic to team size to revenue (coming from our premium plugins), but we also got a new site design after 4 long years.

Our YouTube channel doubled in size. We now have over 500 free video tutorials that have been watched by over 6 million people, and we have almost 47,000 subscribers. I would really appreciate it if you can subscribe to our YouTube channel. My goal is to reach the 100,000 subscriber mark in 2017.

Amanda and I welcomed our first baby, Solomon (born in October). To celebrate, we donated the wp.org domain to the WordPress foundation. Several of you asked for a picture, so here it is:

Solomon Balkhi

This was also a great year for WPBeginner’s family of products.

In March, we launched a new WordPress contact form plugin. It’s called WPForms, and we have both a free version and a premium Pro version.

I wrote a full WPForms backstory about how and why we started WPForms on my personal blog. It’s a fun read.

So far it’s being used on over 50,000 WordPress websites, and our users absolutely love it. Try the free version, so you can see the WPForms difference!

Our WordPress gallery plugin, Envira Gallery, doubled in size. We now have over 30 addons that makes Envira the most flexible and easy to use WordPress gallery plugin in the market.

We did a major overhaul to our WordPress slider plugin, Soliloquy. Aside from the completely new website design, we also significantly optimized the plugin workflow and added several new addons.

Our signature product, OptinMonster, continued to push the limits in 2016. Our team nearly doubled in size, and we have added tons of conversion optimization features such as dynamic text replacement, onsite retargeting, onsite follow up campaigns, and so much more. Seriously, if you’re not using OptinMonster, then you’re losing subscribers every day.

Michael Stelzner from Social Media Examiner added 250,000 new email subscribers using OptinMonster (see the case study).

We have a lot of exciting things coming up in 2017 including the revamp of MonsterInsights in January.

If you want to keep up with more than just WPBeginner, then you can always follow me on Twitter (@syedbalkhi) where I tweet about our other projects, marketing tips, and tons of other cool things.

Now let’s take a look at the best of WPBeginner in 2016.

Best of WPBeginner in 2016

In 2016, we wrote tons of useful WordPress tutorials. Here’s a hand-picked list of some of our favorite ones.

January 2016

Who owns WordPress? And how does WordPress make money? – Many beginners often find it difficult to understand how open source software work. In this article, we answered the most frequently asked questions about who owns WordPress and how it makes money.

How to install Facebook remarketing/ retargeting pixel in WordPress – Facebook retargeting pixel allows you to track your website visitors on Facebook and show them ads. It helps you boost conversions and get more user engagement on your Facebook page as well.

Which is the best WordPress Popup Plugin? – We compared the performance and quality of best popup plugins for WordPress. We tested each of them for speed, features, ease of use, and pricing to find out which one is the best solution.

4 Ways to Prevent Image Theft in WordPress – Image theft is a common problem for photographers and bloggers. We shared 4 ways to prevent image theft on a WordPress powered website. While there’s no way to completely stop people from stealing your images, these ways help reduce image theft.

February 2016

WordPress vs static HTML – What’s best for your business website? – We are often asked by business owners about the advantage of using WordPress over static HTML website. In this article, we compared pros and cons of WordPress vs static HTML.

36 Reasons Why Having a “Free Website” is a Bad Idea – The thought of getting a free website is tempting. But there’s always a catch. We shared 36 reasons why having a free website is a bad idea and something you should AVOID at all costs.

How to Make a Niche Review Site in WordPress like a Pro – Want to create an online review site? We created a step by step guide on how to create a niche review site in WordPress like a Pro, so you can earn money from it.

How to Add an Author Bio Box in WordPress Posts – An easy way to add an author bio box with their social profile links at the end of each post. We shared 3 different methods, so you can choose the one that best suits your need.

March 2016

How to setup a professional email address with Google Apps and Gmail – The first thing every business owner needs is a professional email address. We walked you through a step by step guide on how to create a professional email address the RIGHT way.

How to properly move from Squarespace to WordPress – Many users start their websites using different platforms like Squarespace. Sooner they realize the limitations and find WordPress as the more flexible solution for their needs. In this article, we showed you how to properly move your website from Squarespace to WordPress.

How Sucuri helped us block 450,000 WordPress attacks – We use Sucuri to improve security of all our websites. In this article, we shared our case study and how Sucuri helped us improve WordPress security.

How to Send Thank You Email to Blog Commenters in WordPress – One of the best ways to engage users and keep them coming back after they leave a comment on your site. A simple thank you email goes a long way.

How to Add Facebook Like Emotional Reactions in WordPress – You’re probably familiar with the emotional reactions that Facebook added earlier this year. Well, you can add a similar feature on your blog posts to boost engagement.

April 2016

5 Best WordPress eCommerce plugins compared – Many of our users asked us about which eCommerce plugin they should use. In this article, we compared 5 best WordPress eCommerce plugins with pros and cons.

19 Actionable Tips to Drive Traffic to Your New WordPress Site – Ever wondered how can I get more traffic to my website? This article covers 19 different ways to increasing your traffic.

How to Add Google Search in a WordPress Site – We use the Google search on our website. This article shows you how to replace the default WordPress search with Google search for more relevant results.

How to Fix WordPress Not Sending Email Issue – Most WordPress hosting servers aren’t properly configured to send emails. This is quite frustrating because you might miss an important contact form inquiry or another email. You can fix this problem by following this tutorial.

May 2016

How to setup Facebook Instant Articles for WordPress – In this step by step tutorial, we explained pros and cons of Facebook Instant Articles as well as how to easily set it up on your WordPRess site.

Yoast SEO vs All in One SEO Pack – Which is the best WordPress SEO plugin? – In this article, we compared two of the most popular WordPress SEO plugins to find out which one is the best.

5 Best WordPress membership plugins – Want to build a membership website with WordPress? We compared the best WordPress membership plugins to find out which one offers the most features, flexibility, and ease of use.

How to Highlight New Posts for Returning Visitors in WordPress – Ever wondered how popular sites highlight new posts for returning visitors? Here’s an easy way to highlight unread WordPress posts to returning visitors.

June 2016

How to create a multilingual WordPress site with WPML – Want to build a multilingual website? In this article, we showed you how to easily build a multilingual WordPress site with WPML.

How to create a multi-page form in WordPress – Multi-page forms allow you to make lengthy forms much easier to fill. In this article, we showed you how to easily create multi-page forms in WordPress.

How to better manage automatic WordPress updates – Updates are important for security and stability of your WordPress site. However, if you manage multiple WordPress sites then updates can become a bit annoying. In this article, we showed you how to better manage automatic WordPress updates.

15 Most Annoying Things about WordPress and How to Fix Them – Like most things in life, WordPress also has it’s fair share of annoying things. We shared 15 most annoying things about WordPress and how to fix them.

July 2016

16 Best WordPress plugins for marketers – We are often asked by users about plugins they should use to market their website and products more effectively. In this article, we hand-picked some of the best WordPress plugins for marketers that can help you reach new customers and boost sales.

10 Awesome WordPress Features that You Probably Didn’t Know Existed – WordPress is always evolving and changing. We highlighted 10 hidden features that you probably didn’t know existed.

How to Create Bars and Charts in WordPress with Visualizer – Easiest way to create graphs, bars, pie charts, and more in WordPress without writing a single line of code.

August 2016

Beginner’s guide to troubleshooting WordPress errors (step by step) – Many beginners often find it difficult to figure out what’s causing an error on their WordPress site. In this guide, we compiled a step by step list of actions to troubleshoot WordPress errors and fixing them.

How to add web push notification to your WordPress site – Have you noticed the web push notifications used on popular websites like Facebook? In this article, we showed you how to easily add web push notifications to your WordPress site.

How to Add a Reading Progress Bar in WordPress – Have you noticed how some popular sites show a reading progress bar indicator at the top of their articles? Here’s how you can add one on your site as well.

September 2016

12 Tips to Optimize Your WordPress RSS Feed – Make the most out of your WordPress RSS feed with these 12 tricks.

How to create a custom user registration form in WordPress – Want to allow users to register on your WordPress site without visiting the WordPress admin area? In this article, we showed you how to easily create custom user registration forms in WordPress.

25 Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them – When you see a WordPress error, don’t panic. Simply refer to this guide where we cover how to fix the 25 most common WordPress errors.

Why Building Your Email List is so Important Today – Often bloggers and business owners ignore this subject, but they shouldn’t. We cover the top reasons why building an email list is crucial for your success.

October 2016

How to properly update live published posts in WordPress – Editing a live published post means you will have to finish the work in one go. You cannot save the changes mid-way. In this article, we showed you how to properly update live published posts in WordPress.

How to start your own podcast (step by step) – Want to start your own podcast using WordPress? In this step by step guide we showed you how to start your own podcast like a pro.

How to start an online store (step by step) – Want to start your own online store using WordPress? In this step by step guide, we showed you how to start an online store in 2016 and start selling.

The Ultimate WordPress Security Guide – WordPress security is a topic of huge importance for every website owner. In this guide, we covered all the top WordPress security tips to help you protect your website against hackers and malware.

Ultimate WordPress SEO Guide for Beginners – Improving your WordPress SEO is crucial for getting more traffic to your website. In this guide, we shared the top WordPress SEO tips to help you improve your WordPress SEO and get more organic traffic.

November 2016

How to allow users to submit posts to your WordPress site – Want to accept articles and guest posts from users on your site? In this article, we showed you how to easily allow users to submit posts to your WordPress site.

The Ultimate Guide to Boost WordPress Speed & Performance – Speed not only improves user experience on your website, it also helps you rank higher in search results. In this guide, we showed you how to improve WordPress performance and speed.

16 tools to create better images for your blog posts – Want to add beautiful images to your blog posts but don’t have graphic design skills? In this article, we hand-picked the best tools to create better images for your blog posts without any design skills.

How to Choose the Best Blogging Platform (Comparison) – We compared the top 10 most popular blogging platforms to help you decide which is the best one. You can take a guess which one won.

December 2016

15 best tutorials to master WordPress navigation menus – We compiled a list of all the best tutorials to help you master WordPress navigation menus like a pro.

How to Move WordPress to a New Host or Server with no Downtime – Looking to switch hosting providers? HEre’s a step by step guide on how to properly migrate your site without downtime.

How to Setup Google AMP in WordPress – Step by step guide on how to properly setup Google AMP on your WordPress site.

These were some of the best WordPress tutorials on WPBeginner in 2016. We hope that you liked them.

We would like to thank all our users for supporting us by offering feedback, sharing our articles, leaving comments, and suggesting topic ideas. We are really very thankful. We hope to add even more useful tutorials in 2017.

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