Thursday, April 13, 2017

More and more restaurant and food reviews in the little City of Lake Worth: “C′est si bon, Mademoiselle, Monsieur en charmant LéDûb!”

UPDATE! Possibly due to the “Five Tips” (see below) the food and restaurant reviews here in the City of Lake Worth (or “LDub” if you prefer), are lining up fast like bowls of kimchi, bibimbap, tacos, and chilled dishes of crème de la crème! 

Please Note. A timely reminder, Dear Readers: 

LDub, L-Dub, or the preferred usage in French Canadian, parts of the EU, United Nations, etc., “LéDûb”, is patois (informal speech) for the U.S. City of Lake Worth in the State of Florida, Palm Beach County. The ‘L’ is short for “Lake” and ‘Dub’ is short for “double-‘u’ ” as in the letter “W”, for Worth, hence the term LDub or LéDûb, a charming reference to that exceedingly interesting City.

Used in a sentence: “Welcome to LéDûb, Monsieur Kerr, s´il vous plaît for keeping everyone so informed about our little City by the Sea! C′est si bon!”

Now back on the topic: Just some of the latest food and restaurant reviews in the City of Lake Worth, “en LéDûb”, are by Jeff Ostrowski (again!), reporter Corvaya Jeffries, and Staff Writer Julio Poletti, et al!

Check back in a day or two and will have excerpts from all these reviews. And remember: if you like the review or have some feedback, make sure to contact the reporter and let them know. In the meantime, below is another recent review by Ostrowski and make sure to learn about the “Five Tips” below from the Post business editor, Antonio Fins.

Without further ado. . .

“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 an excerpt from the review of this Downtown restaurant by business reporter Jeff Ostrowski, 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 has a list of creative ways to get attention for your restaurant and/or business. Click on this link to study the “5 Tips, here are two of them:

Know whom you want to reach out to, the editor writes, “. . . the trick is reaching to the right journalist.” For example, trying to get the attention of a local beat reporter may not be the best option, and. . . “So if your business has ‘good visuals,’ drop in a link to some B-roll video that we can attach to the story.”

Get cracking and don’t give up. Some day maybe even a Post reporter such as Alexa Silverman or even Eddie Ritz will come walking into your “LéDûb” restaurant or Hipster venue and change everything!