The following describes the different parts to your menu that make up an OpenMenu.
The core of the OpenMenu™ Creator. Each restaurant can have multiple menus contained within an OpenMenu. You can have a breakfast-lunch menu and a separate menu for dinner. All menus must contain a menu name, a duration and a currency defined.
Once a Menu is created you can start entering Menu Groups (like appetizers, entrees, desserts) by clicking the Menu Group icon.
Other uses for Menus: You can also use menus to display your menu in different languages. Have a menu specific to your region and include an English version for tourists.
The sections a menu is often divided into. (Appetizers, Entrees, Soup & Salads, Desserts). These groups must be contained within a menu.
Once a Menu Group is created you can start entering Menu Items (individual items on a menu) into that Menu Group by clicking the Menu Items icon or Group Options (options that are available to all menu items in the group).
The individual items on your menu. Menu Items must be a single, order-able, consumable item.
Menu Group Options
Used to add a group of options for a Menu Group. For instance you could have a Menu Group like salads where the Menu Group Options would be dressings.
Allow you to designate alternate sizes a Menu Item comes in. For instance you could have a Menu Item of Steak with Menu Sizes of 8oz and 12oz.
Menu Item Options
Used to add a group of options for a specific Menu item. For instance you could have a Menu Item like pizza where the Menu Item Options would be toppings.
Used to add keywords to a Menu Item to assist in searching and indexing.
Allows you to define all the seating locations that your restaurant can accommodate. example: inside, outside, pool, deck, terrace.
Your restaurant can have as many Seating Locations as required.
Allows you to define which currencies your restaurant will accept.