Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Having difficulty getting attention for your Lake Worth restaurant or eatery? Your food and service, “C′est si bon!”.

“C′est si bon” in French means, “It is so good”. Ever been to The French House Café in Downtown Lake Worth? If you haven’t been the croque monsieur is spectacular. Below is a restaurant review of this restaurant.

But first, do you have a restaurant here in the City of Lake Worth and having no luck getting any attention from the City’s beat reporter from the Post? Following the video (see below) are the “Five Tips” that could change all that. The Post business reporter, Jeff Ostrowski, wrote up a review of The French House, an excerpt:

“This breakfast-and-lunch spot serves such standard fare as crepes, baguette sandwiches, salads and cheese plates. The most expensive item on the lunch menu is $16.50, and most sandwiches and salads cost less than $14. Beer and wine are available.”

The French House
821 Lake Ave. (corner of Lake Ave and Dixie Hwy.), 561-345-2559.
Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m.–2:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Closed Monday.

The Business Editor at the Post, Antonio Fins, has a creative way to get attention for your restaurant or business: Learn the “5 Tips from the expert himself.

Here is one of those tips: You might have more luck contacting another reporter. Remember that wonderful article about The Sugar Monkey located at 2402 North Dixie Hwy. by business reporter Jennifer Sorentrue? Or try contacting Liz Balmaseda, Alexa Silverman, or Eddie Ritz?

Get cracking and don’t give up! One of these days Post reporter Alexa Silverman or Eddie Ritz may come walking into your restaurant and change everything.

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