Beautiful new website launched for Bar Iberico. - Go dine digital

Beautiful new website launched for Bar Iberico.

Bar Iberico opened it’s doors in August 2016 and quickly became one of Nottingham’s most popular restaurants. While we have been executing their digital marketing campaigns in the run up to their launch and ever since, owner Dan Lindsay recently approached for our help in designing a new website for the restaurant. He gave us a brief of what he wanted the website to look like and we got to work.

As well as being visually appealing, easy to use and containing all typical features such as menus, a gallery and a contact us page, our team went a step further to ensure the website truly stood out and represented this fantastic venue. Creating an e-commerce platform through which vouchers can be sold has been extremely successful and voucher sales have already exceeded the entire cost of the website. Providing a clear and easy way for people to join a mailing list has been invaluable in forming a database that can be effectively used in email campaigns and wider digital strategies.


View the finished site here.

Business profile

A relaxed all-day tapas bar in the heart of Hockley, Nottingham's vibrant independent business and creative quarter.

Services provided

  • Website.
  • Facebook advertising.
  • Facebook management.
  • Twitter management.
  • Email marketing.

Results in the first 3 months

Web traffic by Facebook users
total Newsletter subscribers
Communication throughout the process was fantastic and my expectations have been surpassed.  I have three new professional websites I am pleased with and that came at reasonable price!

Dan Lindsay.

Owner, Bar Iberico

Thoughts on this project.

Meet our team
Jon Keyte

Jon Keyte.

Project Manager

Building Dan's websites has been challenging and rewarding. Closely working with him, the sites and other stakeholders, we've been able to pull together a beautiful, functional site for Bar Iberico, World Service and Iberico World Tapas. Each has it's own distinct identity whilst keeping the sister sites threaded together through simple design and structure choices.

Prev. case study.
Next case study.