The Restaurant Menu Solution

Restaurant Managers

Below are the concepts you need to understand to make Setup.Menu work for you

The designers worked to make using this menu manager as easy as possible by only including the features absolutely needed.


The most important concept is the section. Menu are divided into sections like Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert, etc.. You access your sections from the menu bar for editing from the top menu bar. You can add as many sections as you want

Sub Sections or sub menus

Sections can have sub-sections eg. Breakfast might have subsections like Eggs, Pancakes, side orders. Lunch might have subsections like soups, sandwiches, salads, etc.


Items are the dishes you serve. Items have a name, a description and a price.


Every action you can perform is labeled with the plus + sign

Actions include

  • Add
  • Edit
  • Delete
  • Active or Inactive
  • Website Developers

    The Structure Data in JSON-LD format for the current menu is here. Embed this JSON code with the script tags in the head of the restaurants web site. It will make their menu searchable/locatable by the search engines. Be sure to complete everything in the profile page.

    Supporting a restaurant that uses SetUp.Menu will be pretty staightforward. Incorporating this service into your web-site Requires minimum of jQuery 3.1 and Bootstrap 3. Ideally you will simply need to place the given html code on the restaurants website and your client should be self sufficent after that. Whatever style you have built for the website will be inherited as the menu. There is some additional css styling that can be done. The instructions are here.

    Here is the embed code for the menu sections currently configured

    To add the entire menu

    1) Place this html code where you want the entire menu to appear: 
    <span class="menusection" id="complete" data-user="" data-menu-section=""></span>
    2) Insert this at the bottom of the page after Bootstrap and jquery are loaded
    <script src="//"></script>

    For Wordpress Sites

    Add this code to the functions.php file for the theme in use

    function add_menu_script() {
    wp_register_script('remote_form_script', '', array('jquery'),NULL, true);
    add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'add_menu_script' );

    Optional CSS Information

    There are currently 4 classes within the menu that can be styled. They are:

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