101 - 250 employees
Series B
eCommerce & Marketplaces
Enterprise Software / SaaS

BentoBox Company Overview

BentoBox empowers restaurants to own their presence, profits and relationships. The hospitality platform disrupts third-party services that come between the restaurant and the guest. BentoBox puts the restaurant first and offers tools that drive high-margin revenue directly through the restaurant’s website. BentoBox is trusted and loved by over 5,000 restaurants worldwide including The Meatball Shop, Joseph Leonard, Union Square Hospitality Group, Major Food Group, Rose's Luxury, Eleven Madison Park & many more.

Jobs at BentoBox

 
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New York
BentoBox empowers restaurants to own their presence, profits, and relationships. Our hospitality platform disrupts third-party services that come between the restaurant and the guest. BentoBox puts the restaurant first and offers tools that drive high-margin revenue directly through the restaurants website. BentoBox is trusted and loved by over 5,000 restaurants worldwide including The Meatball Shop, Joseph Leonard, Union Square Hospitality Group, Major Food Group, Roses Luxury, Eleven Madison Park & many more. Learn more: www.getbento.com, Built In NYC, inc.com, GreatPlaceToWork.com In...
Sales & Business Development

Our Vision


Be the technology that elevates every interaction between restaurants and their guests.

To make our vision a reality, we stay true to three simple pillars.

Hospitality

Anticipate needs in a way that celebrates our core mission.

Taste

Aspire to combine quality and expertise to create something magical.

Bottom Line

At the end of the day, everything is anchored in what actually matters.

BentoBox is powered by a dynamic team that loves restaurants and good company.

We're driven and excited by growth and collaboration, and always looking for new team members who support our mission and vision.

584 Broadway
New York, NY 10012

Read About Us

Talent on the Move
April 15, 2019

Blog

July 2, 2020
Last year we empowered over 5,000 restaurantsWe looked at the data gathered from those restaurant websites to highlight the latest digital trends for the hospitality industry. With that data, we decided to create a Year in Review graphic that could live on our newly redesigned getbento.com blog. Here is how we did it.How we condensed a year into one web pageThis process started by laying out the final copy in photoshop to visually see how much content there was to work with and determine how t...
June 11, 2020
Bringing it all togetherOne of the first big projects I worked on when I first joined BentoBox was to redesign the look and feel of the content on our social media channels. The general strategy for our main social media channels, Facebook and Instagram, was being revamped by the Marketing team to cover new subjects and focus on different audiences, and it needed a visual facelift to match. While this redesign happened a year (!) ago, we are still finding ways to improve the content we share and...
May 15, 2020
Design That Gives Back — how we made cool merch that supports restaurants and their employeesAs part of a continuous effort to help support restaurants during this time, the BentoBox design team each created commemorative designs depicting positivity, good health, and gratitude. Restaurants are integral parts of our communities and our lives, and we want to be able to give back to places that help us create so many amazing memories, in the best way we can.Select designs will be for sale h...
March 5, 2020
What would you do if you had the chance to redesign your favorite restaurant chain’s logo? Would you make it fancier? Friendlier? Refined? These are the questions the BentoBox design team had to answer while redesigning their favorite restaurant chain’s logo. Check out the finished logos and the reasoning behind their choices!Pizza HutWhen it comes to pizza, Pizza Hut has always been #1 in my heart. I’ve unashamedly eaten it at least once a week consistently for the past 5 years. I rebran...
February 14, 2020
Jumping into 2020 with some new year resolutions from the design team!My design resolution for 2020 is to establish better boundaries!I want to set boundaries for myself, knowing what my capabilities are in a single day; I often want to complete as many tasks as possible, but going into 2020 I want to set better expectations for myself and for my clients — and that starts with having clear (and not too ambitious!) goals for what I want to complete each day.However, I also want to set “...