A good restaurant logo design has the ability to tantalize your taste buds before you even enter the restaurant. We all love food and holidays means fun with family and friends, not to mention lots of yummy treats. So, with the holiday season just around the corner, I thought of bringing to you some mouthwatering logos as a treat!
Grill and restaurant logos make an interesting use of extensive imagery which revolves around the food industry. Symbolism, whether used subtly or literally, includes images of various cooking utensils, forks, knives, food items and various cultural palettes for regional representation. Logo designers also make creative use of several typography styles to represent various dining types, which range from casual to formal and even festive.
Today’s collection of restaurant logo designs showcases some of the most creative brand identities, created by our creative logo design community. Enjoy!
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Do tell us what you thought of these grill and restaurant logo designs. Which ones are your favorites?
Blog Update: 8 April 2015
5 Design Spells to Cast on Your Restaurant Logo Design
Have you ever felt, when looking at a Starbucks logo, that you can almost smell the aroma of their coffee? Or the urge to get a McDonalds deal when you happen to glance at their logo while driving? Isn’t it magical that restaurant logos can connect you to the food and beverages you love, and evoke the desire to indulge yourself? Yes! Because logos have the power to connect with target customers.
Think of logo design as a magic trick, where you just need to learn the right spells to magically transform your brand identity. In order to get the perfect design for your restaurant logo, it is important you learn about the 5 design spells described in the slide share below.
*This post was originally written by Alexis Stone.
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