We are excited to share this week’s featured website – Lost Dog Café & Lounge!
FreshySites was ecstatic to be able to get our paws dirty redesigning the new website for the Lost Dog Café & Lounge. In addition to creating a fun and exciting site, the goal was also to integrate some additional functionality for Lost Dog patrons.
The Lost Dog Café & Lounge is a true gem of Downtown Binghamton that attracts locals and out-of-towners alike. They offer an extensive menu with delicious food and coffee, but it is arguably the cozy and welcoming environment that really makes them stand out as the perfect place for a casual meetup with friends. For those looking for a more robust night out, the Lost Dog Cocktail Lounge is the place to be. Visitors can take advantage of delicious cocktails and a wide selection of wine and beer as well as fun activities such as live music, jazz jams, karaoke, team trivia and more!
It was up to FreshySites to create a new website that would accurately represent the fun, bohemian vibe of Lost Dog; and let’s just say, there is certainly nothing boring about the final result! The new site is colorful and energetic with fun hover effects and surprise elements on every page. The Lost Dog branding is saturated throughout the site even in the smallest of details. With each of these design choices, future customers are able to get a good feel for the vibe of the Café before even walking through the door.
In addition to being visually attention grabbing, the website also offers new functionality for site visitors. Food and bar menus are easy to access and Lost Dog events are effectively showcased. Fans of the Café can now also purchase Lost Dog Café Merchandise, sauce, and tickets for Lost Dog events. Need an immediate Lost Dog fix? You can check out the interactive sauce locator to find the closest location selling the famous sauces and spices.
FreshySites highly encourages everyone to stop in and see why the Lost Dog Café & Lounge should be your new go-to place. Prepare for your visit by drooling over their menus and browsing through their cocktail choices on their new website – www.lostdogcafe.net.