Spanish Restaurant Logo Ideas:

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Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

This icon of a hot chili held aloft on a fork with a blazing fire as a backdrop suggests that you offer spicy dishes. The fire may also represent a method of meal preparation. The use of red and green colors creates beautifully juxtaposed feelings of energy and calmness.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

The bull symbolizes the virtues and values of Spanish culture, making this logo a fitting choice for a Spanish restaurant — especially one that specializes in meat dishes such as beef estofado. The rounded Biryani typeface pairs well with the curved form of the bull icon.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

The icon in this logo comprises the creative interweaving of a fork, egg lifter, and bull's face. The Pridi SemiBold font is often used because of its playfulness and legibility. In this case, it suits a laid-back restaurant. Orange imparts a sense of heat, alluding to the spiciness of the food.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

An inviting bowl of gazpacho soup forms the icon in this logo. The round shape is contrasted against the Quantico Bold typeface which uses 30-degree angles and straight lines to form the letters. Orange stimulates the appetite, represents healthy food, and symbolizes joy and enthusiasm.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

The four red circles represent different aspects of food and cooking: the pig and chicken represent star ingredients in many well-loved Spanish dishes, while the fork and fire are core components of meal preparation. The unusual choice of font adds a quirky, upbeat feel. Perfect for a tapas bar.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

The choice of dark violet and light pink is fairly unusual for a restaurant. It suggests that your establishment offers something different from the rest. The pale smoke emanating from the top of the flame indicates that the food on offer is hot and spicy. Overall, a bold, memorable design choice.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

The bright yellow background makes this logo sunny and cheerful. The image of the bull is appropriate for an establishment offering Spanish food, and the curved lines above the bull's head might represent food being grilled. The name stands out in bold lettering, making it the most striking feature.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

The abstract image of a bull enclosed by a circle is reminiscent of food on a plate, and the violet and pink colors lend it a dramatic edge. The letters of the Source Code Pro typeface are well-spaced and in a silvery-gray color which makes them pop against the background.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

This icon of a martini glass with an olive is elegant and uncluttered. The use of blue is synonymous with refreshment and hints at a restaurant with a festive vibe or one that offers great cocktails. The black color of the Biryani typeface is easy to read against this contrasting green background.

Spanish logo for a business called Paella Street Edit

In this cute, humorous logo, the pig's ears represent the heat of flames; a reference to meal preparation. The cutlery hints at sit-down meal service. Yellow is a joyful color that evokes warmth and happiness. It is also frequently associated with food and energy, making it a suitable choice.

FAQs:

How do I create a logo for a Spanish restaurant?

You can try Zarla, a free, intuitive Spanish restaurant logo maker that allows you to create interesting logo designs. Play around with different colors, icons, and font combinations until you find a logo that represents your Spanish restaurant beautifully. Then download it for free.

Where can I find a free logo for my Spanish restaurant?

Try Zarla. You can create, edit, and download free Spanish restaurant logos by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.

Restaurants that pride themselves on spicier meals may want to include icons such as chilis and/or flames. Those that specialize in great drinks should consider icons that include beverages like sangria. If you're aiming to create a happy ambiance by encouraging dancing, consider using vibrantly colored logos that offer a sense of movement.

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