Make disposable menus
memorable with Mohawk paper.

Use promo code MENU50 to save!

When your restaurant re-opens, you may choose—or even be required—to have disposable, single-use paper menus. Why not take this opportunity to let your menu reinforce your restaurant's personality? 

Carefully chosen paper has the ability to highlight your restaurant’s unique character—all while demonstrating to your customers that you care about their health and safety.

Shop our selection of single-use menu papers that are perfectly suited to in-house menu printing—no special tools or knowledge required.

Use code MENU50 at checkout for 50% off all eligible items in your order.


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Choosing the dimensions of your menu.
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Selecting menu paper by thickness.
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Understanding the fibers in your paper menus.
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Selecting menu paper by color.
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Choosing menu paper by feel.
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Selecting menu paper by grade.

Mohawk Single-Use Menu Papers are:

Versatile
When you print in-house, it's easy to keep your single use menus up to date. Show off the day's specials, adding and removing dishes in real time.
Memorable
Choose from a carefully curated selection of colors, weights, and textures for a paper menu that makes an impression.
Portable
If you offer takeout, pickup, or even catering, customers can take their paper menus home with them to reorder their favorite dishes.
Sustainable
All our menu papers are easily recyclable, and you can even choose from several options made with post-consumer recycled fiber to support your restaurant's sustainability mission.
Beautiful
Our single-use menu papers are manufactured in Upstate New York by craftspeople who obsess over every detail. From color and texture to fiber content and print performance, your menu design will look its best on Mohawk.